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The DROID RAZR got a round rolling, yet it seems that Verizon’s cost slicing debauch is stability to comparison models as well. The Motorola DROID BIONIC, Moto’s initial LTE phone, is now only $99 yet a before enclosed MicroSD card. The cost change is effective immediately on Verizon’s website, yet of march you’ll have to pointer a new or renewed 2-year agreement to get a deal. The phone still has 16GB of inner storage, and should we wish to supplement your possess around a recently vacated label slot, 16GB cards can be had for about $30-40 USD.
The Bionic sits a era behind Verizon’s $200 and $300 offerings during a moment: it’s succeeded by a DROID RAZR and DROID RAZR MAXX in Moto’s possess stable, and a Galaxy Nexus, HTC Rezound and LG Spectrum elsewhere. Based on that foe it’s tough to recommend the BIONIC even during a reduce price: a 1Ghz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM are fine, yet a indication has been tormented with hardware and program problems. This is generally loyal for a 1735mAh battery, that seems to fast liberate on LTE, even yet a device itself is utterly large.
For $100 more, we could get a DROID RAZR (also sans memory card) or a DROID 4, if QWERTY is your thing. Recent rumors prove that a white chronicle of a Galaxy Nexus will uncover adult during a same cost point, with a smaller 16GB storage capacity. And with Mobile World Congress right around a corner, a advantageous tool chase would wait to see if any new mid-range LTE inclination cocktail up. Still, if you’re prone for dual-core LTE for only a C-note – unless we cite HTC. The Thunderbolt is a same price.
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