There are a lot of users that are talking about the next great phone (nexus prime, galaxy S II, droid HD, etc.) While I like specs as much as the next guy, I want to share a perspective as food for thought. From all indications that I'm getting, Motorola went the Apple route on this phone (Bionic). Which is, keep refining and refining the software to match it tightly with the hardware. That takes time and resources. It's also why you get 15 hour battery life on the device. If that was as easy as simply sticking a bigger battery in, don't you think HTC and Samsung would have done so? There's a reason that Apple only releases one phone a year. This sort of engineering takes time. Don't be fooled by specs. Almost all android phones have better specs than Apple phones, yet why do you think Apple phones work so well? That 1.5 ghz monster will mean nothing if you only get 6 hours of battery life, constant reboots and lag due to poorly written code.