I've had a tough run with my Bionic sine 246 came out. If I was able to go back to 232 and keep it running, I'd keep it.
Thank you all for your help over time, I've moved onto the Galaxy Note II. It's everything I want in a woman and more
LOL! The Note 2 is so much more awesome than I thought it would be, and even though i can't get the case for it that I want, for a few weeks, it's so killer-awesome, and better than the Bionic it's not funny. Gawd, I am so glad I dumped the Bionic! No more headphone whine, nice large screen with multiple windows, multiple view modes, icon badges ala iOS on the native apps such as mail and phone. Easy to type of the larger keyboard. GREAT sound quality in the earpiece and speakerphone. Music is far more balanced sounding through the speakerphone speaker, than the Bionic which was tinny. I am one happy dude. I don't think I'll ever switch back to a Motorola product. Their direct support was poor, the product had too many flaws, it was late to market, and I just don't LIKE it!
Last edited by scary alien; December 2nd, 2012 at 07:10 PM.
I like having an SD slot--something Nexus devices don't have AFAIK. I just popped a 32GB chip into my N2.
i hear that, but 16 gigs is plenty for me, especially since most of my stuff is either in Google Music Spotify or Google Drive. But, people who don't want to use these services would probably need the ability to expand their storage locally.
i'm with the thread. i haven't been happy with my bionic since the day it came out.
although the llatest update seems to have FINALLY made it a halfway decent phone. after 18 months. but my battery has gone to crappers.
the only irritation i see left. is the fact i can't edit my posts on websights. put your finger where you want the pointer and the pointer just goes anywhere it darn well pleases. NEVER going where i actually want it.
i was a happy camper with sprint for 12 years. and have been giving serious thought to the note 2. the extra $50 a month i give verizon for limited services and a crappy motorola just hasn't been worth it.
When the Motorola Droid Bionic was first announced at CES 2011, it featured a 4.3-inch qHD display, NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor clocked at 1GHz, and support for Verizon's 4G LTE high-speed network. After the handset was delayed, Motorola... Read More