The Droid Bionic was long overdue by the time it landed in September, although the $300 contract price sent some people running to the hills. Meanwhile, others found this Moto handset’s dual-core 1 GHz processor, 1 GB RAM, 4.3-inch qHD display and 4G/LTE support impossible to resist.
So is this top-of-the-line Android phone worth the hype? Well, long story short, it has tremendous call quality and signal (at least where I am), great battery life and snappy performance. So I’m impressed with this handset — so much that I’ll even say that I could use this as my daily driver (and I have, for about the last three weeks).
For more details explaining why, check out the full video review, including performance test results and a look at the user interface. Then let me know — anyone taking the big leap and grabbing this premium handset?