Bionic

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by mattdaddy24, Jul 5, 2011.

  1. mattdaddy24

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    Why is everyone saying they should've waitined to ft the bionic instead of TB it looks like a cheap plastic Droid ... Can someone tell me what's makes that phone so much better then TB?!? I mean ya TB have its flaws but honestly what Droid phone doesn't when it first comes out?

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    Buyers remorse everyone wants the best thing out.. right now its the tb and everyone is assuming the bionic will be better thus.. everyone is saying man I should of waited and when the bionic come out.. the same thing will happen when the next phone is announced. No way I could of waited 3 or 4 months longer to get a phone and I'm happy with my tb..

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    Same here I love mine and I dont see anything special boutique bionic I mean ya TB has probably but everything phone does I wouldn't trade it for anyother phone

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    I went to a X2 for a short while from the D1 (overclocked 1ghz) and the dual cores added smoothness and speed in gaming, running regular programs in general, multitasking, and downloading. That would be worth the change alone to me. There are also programs that will run on a single core but won't really come alive unless they're run on dual cores. I took the X2 back because the MB will have a bigger (and to me better) screen, bigger battery (that hopefully translates to decent battery life like on the X2), 1080p recording, and hopefully a more appealing form.