Verizon Motorola Droid Bionic No Contract 4G LTE Android Phone

September 1, 2013 - Comment

100% Functional SuperFast 4G LTE Capable supported by Dual Core Processor Excellent webtop application makes great tool for business users Android OS provides excellent security Product Features 100% Functional SuperFast 4G LTE Capable supported by Dual Core Processor Excellent webtop application makes great tool for business users Android OS provides excellent security &nbsp

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100% Functional SuperFast 4G LTE Capable supported by Dual Core Processor Excellent webtop application makes great tool for business users Android OS provides excellent security

Product Features

  • 100% Functional
  • SuperFast 4G LTE Capable supported by Dual Core Processor
  • Excellent webtop application makes great tool for business users
  • Android OS provides excellent security

 

Comments

James says:

Great Phone but overlooked THis phone came out right before the Razr. I don’t know why Motorola did that but this hurt the popularity of the Bionic. The Bionic is a great phone. fast, smooth and does everything I could want it to do. The pone has many nice features like HDMI Mirror mode, which I use a lot. Another great feature it the webtop app which turns your phone into a neat little Netbook or desktop. The battery last about as long as my X did. During heavy daily use I can make it through the work day on a full charge, Charge it up while driving and it’s good to go by the time I get home. With average use it last me all day. The screen is nice, It’s not AMOLED nice but it does have a great image. 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich” Will be added to this phone in the upcoming months and make this phone that much nicer. The only Issue I have is it takes what seams like forever to change from 4G to 3G leaving me network-less. Manualy changing the settings will speed this up but is a annoying none the less, hopefully The…

Brad T. Dobie "Brad" says:

A good phone with a few glitchs Firstly I would like to address the numerous reviews regarding the phone not switching from 3g to 4g or losing a data connection when it has full service. I Started out having the very same problems with the phone, but I eventually figured out the 2 sources. In order to save data Motorola designed this phone to switch automatically to wifi once wifi is available. The result is that once the phone gets even a sniff of an open wifi hotspot it disconnects from the broadband data. While this should have been fixed in software patches, you can overcome it by turning off your wifi when your not using it. Another cause of problems is that this phone doesn’t accurately represent the strength of the signal it is receiving causing some people to think the phone is cutting them off when really they are in a dead zone. I noticed this by comparing my signal to my friends Droid Razar in areas where I frequently lost data. I do still have occasional issues with connectivity on the order of…

Lucy says:

Love the phone This phone has everything I want in a smart phone. I researched the phone and read a lot of comments about poor battery life.I’ve had the phone almost 2 Weeks and the battery has been fine. Remember,this has dual core processor which will eat power, but there are things to help keep battery usage lower. I keep wifi on where wifi is available, shut it off when I leave. I also use only 3G unless I need more speed. So far 3G has been fine with browsing and downloading. No problem with battery. As far as data usage, I use data saving mode and 2 GB data plan is plenty.I charge it via Usb when I ‘m on the computer, on the plane and in the car with travel charger and have only gotten the battery to 60% after 8 hrs of use with browsing, email and downloading.I love this phone and reccomend it highly. Just remember though, you may have to tweak some of the settings to make the battery last longer.

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