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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Bionic' started by danDroid, Jan 5, 2011.
Motorola Droid Bionic Hands-On Video!
Nice vid....still waiting for the answer to the question on all of our minds.
let me guess...locked bootloader? : )
I've surrendered to that whole thing. Would love an unlocked bootloader but I wont purchase a phone based solely on it being unlocked. I can't see myself purchasing a piece of hardware that I really don't care for just to run custom ROMS.
Overclocking and such will be a thing of the past with these architectures. With all the available launchers and home replacements customization will still be available. Not the same as a custom ROM but I'll give up one thing to gain another. It's all about what your willing to sacrifice and we are all different. Like I said I wont let a locked bootloader stand in the way of pristine hardware, no way no how : )
i really like this it will be worth the wait. locked bootloader doesnt matter the hardware is good. much better than the droid tb.
@Cereal. Thats exactly what I was saying. I have the original droid and I have been waiting for a device to come that is worth replacing my droid. This is worth the wait.
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Once I read the TB announcement and and that it will be a early Q2 I said forget it. I will go Moto again.
The only downfall will be buying a device with 2.2 while my Droid Classic is running 2.3.1
I know this is off topic but what rom are you running tp76
UD 3.0 Beta
Back on Topic :wink:
@ Cereal. im 99.5% in agreeance with ya. I'd dont care to over-clock/custom ROM nearly as much as being able to under-clocking and under-voltingl. ;-)
However, as for the rest of your opinion, i second that notion.
Notion: passed. ;-)
The fact that I can OC my D1 makes it able to keep up with other devices today. It's nice to have a device that I can choose to scale up to keep it semi-current. The longer I have it, the higher the OC creeps.
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