When Verizon expelled a Motorola Droid Bionic on Sept. 8, it cost a elegant $299. But a cost tab seemed fit by a small fact that a Droid Bionic was a usually 4G LTE smartphone powered by a dual-core processor.
That didn’t final long. Exactly one month and one week later, Verizon announced a Motorola Droid RAZR, radically a thinner chronicle of a Droid Bionic. And today, days before a Droid RAZR hits Verizon stores, we can get a Droid Bionic for usually $119.99 by Amazon’s wireless store.
The Droid Bionic facilities a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED modernized qHD display, dual-core 1-GHz TI OMAP4430 processor, 8-megapixel rear-facing camera with 1080p video recording, and an HD front-facing camera.
For a few blithe weeks it was a fastest, many absolute smartphone on Verizon. It was also novel in a ability to renovate into a almost laptop or desktop by attaching some accessories. PCMag’s lead mobile analyst, Sascha Segan, was unhappy by a Droid Bionic‘s 8-megapixel still camera, that had a really delayed autofocus that took adult to dual seconds. See PCMag’s review and slideshow next for more.
In comparison, a $299 Droid RAZR is 0.28 inches skinny and packs a a dual-core 1.2-GHz processor, 4.3-inch Super AMOLED modernized qHD display, 8-megapixel back camera with 1080p video recording, HD front-facing camera, and mobile hotspot support for adult to 8 Wi-Fi devices. In a review of a Motorola Droid RAZR, Segan gave it an Editor’s Choice endowment and pronounced it “very, really fast replaces a Droid Bionic.”
Whether we squeeze a Droid Bionic now or Droid RAZR later, Verizon will double your monthly information stipend during no additional cost, for a singular time only.
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