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HTC Thunderbolt and Motorola Droid Bionic

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by dieselpowered, Feb 14, 2011.

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    So I see all this hype and excitement for the HTC Thunderbolt, however, not so much for the Motorola Droid Bionic...I am just curious why? Is it because the Bionic is still a few months away?
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    That And I think some people are getting sick of Motorola's practice of se seriously locking their phones down. There will probably be more hype as it gets closer.

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    My biggest complaint with HTC is their phones feel like toys...just not very well built. I am not saying they are not, just the way they feel. I tested a iPhone 4 for the last few days, that is a solid phone, just missing one thing...Android. If they were to release the iPhone 5 with Android...I think HTC and Motorola would have a problem.
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    I feel you on the hardware thing. Imo MOTO has the best hardware in the game but I'm into rooting and roms so I may have to bite the bullet on my next phone and get either an HTC or Samsung. I don't like being locked out of my own house.

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