Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Bionic' started by alucard9114, Aug 29, 2011.
Do you have any sources (rumored or confirmed) to back that opinion up?
Such a well thought out and detailed post.....:icon_ nono2:
Care to explain why you think that?
You hit the nail on the head. I will buy this if it comes to Verizon.
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superamoled blows in the sunlight!
that is true. i guess we'll have to wait and see if Super AMOLED HD changes that...
I think it's time to just walk away from this thread.
Trolls gonna Troll
Battle of the Screens: Super AMOLED Plus vs. qHD
all rumor Bionic has video on it in use and will it be coming to verizon? also its samsung and if its amoled you cant see it in the sunlight sooooo:icon_eek:
I''ve had Samsung phones in the past, and I liked them. But I also like Motorola... I may wait a little bit after the bionic is released to see the reviews and test it myself. It seems everyone, everywhere is just looking for that perfect combination... and a perfect combination is different for everyone. I want mine to make cotton candy, but dont see it happening..
+1... I'm with you, for sure I'm waiting it out. No reason for me to jump on a phone that is coming late to the dinner table IMHO. There will be a slew of devices hitting the Market in the next quarter. I just hope VZW gets the "Prime" (with Google ice cream 4.0 out of the box) because that will be a sweet phone for sure.
Wait, are we seriously comparing the Bionic to a phone with ZERO confirmed specs or release date?
This is what it boils down to: those who can afford to wait (i.e., their current device is working fine) are more likely to do just that. Those that need a new phone ASAP are more likely to get the Bionic.
Mostly everything has been covered in the above responses, but I'll add just a few things.
Google hasn't bought Motorola Mobility yet. Even when they do, it would take several months for them to start affecting a large companies way of doing things, especially a company that's thriving like Moto.
The Bionic is unlikely to be affected at all, could they get ICS before other devices? Possibly.
Google also has an interest in not putting(pissing) off other manufacturers, they're a big part of Google's mobile business.
I think you're seeing this as a "company merger", it's not, a company bought out another company, they aren't merging, they will still exist separately as they did before.
Google's largest interest in this purchase was gaining Motorola Mobilities patent portfolio, simple as that.
While I agree Samsung's plastic devices do leave something to be desired, they have been doing a good job of producing new tech at an alarming rate, which I think is important.
Their screens are also top notch, which is important to a lot of us.
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