Motorola still has some issues

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    This is an Article I got in a email from CNet News.. Tell me what you think about it!!!

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    This is interesting from the article:
    If thats true I wonder if thats part of the reason for the switch from Tegra 2 back to OMAP? And the reason for the LTE delay for the Xoom? Motorola radios for phone reception are one of the best. Maybe Moto found a way to not have the battery drain so bad with LTE or are using 2nd gen LTE technology now?

    Motorola has LTE products out there, just not in the consumer market. They helped demo LTE in China last year. And did some demos in 2009. I wouldnt be surprised if Motorola equipment is being used by Verizon for LTE. They just need the Bionic to release and not have issues like the Thunderbolt did. The Charge and Revolution didnt have as many issues as the Thunderbolt. Hopefully the Bionic wont either.
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    What this analyst Mark Sue is questioning is why Moto didn't join the bandwagon and release crap that reboots 8 times a day, and needs 3 charges to make dinner. That's all.

    The first Bionic design would have been all of those. Would that be suited for business, power-nerds, and professionals? No.

    Thus the complete Bionic redesign.
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    I hope Motorola feels this way and knew that they needed to release a really great product. I agree that the other devices that are 4g on Verizon seemed rushed to the market and I believe Motorola decided that its better to have a really great product (Bionic) than to just be the first to the party.

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    Especially when you have the coolest phone in your hand! Lol

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    Its funny how they point the finger at motorola about having issues and then they merit someone like HTC for releasing a nightmare. It just shows that motorola does things the right way in my mind. Before they knew the bionic was not up to their standard so they went back to make sure it was right before releasing crap. Its all about reputation. How many times have you turned your back on a potentially good phone just because of the manufacturers name that was stamped on the housing.

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    ^Samsung....lol

    Past experience has me leery of their phones. Same could be said for Motorola, HTC, LG, etc too. But so far Motorola has been good for me. Thats why I tend to stick with them.
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    This^lol. Notice how they conveniently left out the numerous horror stories that are centered around the Thunderbolt's battery life (or lack thereof) and the reception issues.
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    sounds a little biased me thinks.
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    @Preach - I'm actually pleased. When I read the title of the thread I thought "Oh no! Not another delay!" These aren't "issues," they only show that Motorola is more concerned about putting out a superior product rather than putting out high-end garbage. This is good because in this day and age, it's hard to find companies that have that level of concern for the end users. With the Bionic, they could've easily pushed a rushed, poor-performing product to the masses and kept their stocks up, but they didn't, and that speaks volumes about how much work has been put into the Bionic.
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    The title threw me off too. In fact the article made me feel better about the bionic.

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    This ^.

    I'd bet that the author of this is just throwing a b¡tch fit because their investment in Moto stocks aren't moving to their liking.
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    The bionic will have problems. Every phone does. Lets hope its just not very many.

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    Sue said the company's decision to develop its own silicon for its LTE chip-sets. Well now!
    I am for sure gonna wait and see how things go before buying.
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    ^Yea that is interesting...if the Bionic doesnt have as bad battery life with LTE as the others...that will a big +1 to Moto.
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