Droid Bionic heading towards Verizon

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  1. OneTenderRebel

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    With it slated for a Q2 release it could be a while before we know this for sure. But I think at this point it's safe to assume it will have a locked bootloader.
     
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    NOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It's back to 512 :icon_evil:
     
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    Oh, I just wanted to edit my typos..haha, but no worries. :)
     
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    And now the official Motorola website confirms it is 512MB.

    DROID BIONIC BY Motorola - Android Social Smartphone - - Overview - Motorola Mobility, Inc. USA
     
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    This phone has 512mb of ram.

    Which do you think would be worse, a typo in a PRESS EVENT, or a typo on a website? Which is easily fixed and which isn't?

    I'm sorry CK and everyone who thinks it's 1gb of ram, it's not. EVERYONE on this forum should know that 95% of the time, a CS rep doesn't know.
     
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    Ok, so what's left? LG? and HTC? Let's see who has the balls to bring a 1GB memory phone :D

    so far, ATT's Atrix is winning in my book.
     
  7. pc747

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    Atrix is loaded with blur it is considered a Motoblur phone.
     
  8. joshnichols189

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    I doubt the thunderbolt will even compare to the bionic even.. the Qualcomm chipset in the thunderbolt is single core..

    I'm holding out for that sexy blue and black LG that was shown off on a few sites some months ago
     
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    I think we have all moved on from that we all see its officially 512. The Atrix will have 1 ghz...vzw is going a little cheaper with 512.
     
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    But really, in the long run, to 95% of users, the 512mb will not make a huge difference..
     
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    *peaks around before heading off to bed*

    where are you ck...? ;)

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    A lil offtopic but can someone tell me where I can watch the CES after its done. I wont be home from work til 6pm so i wont be able to watch it live.