Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by YodaDroid, Aug 16, 2011.
Speed of bionic is legit. Enjoy.
Can I get you to install several apps I have and see if it kills the battery? lol
well, only partially kidding.
Judging by the battery gauge it's not so hot
THAT PHONE LOOKS SEXY!!!!! I'm waiting for vigor / celox / prime / dinara.
-1.5 GHZ Dual-Core Processor
-1GB RAM minimum
Any phone with those ^, first that comes, I'm buying. Done.
My DX can wait.
Btw Yoda, finally you are trusted...
Does it have GSM/UTMS settings?
I don't see anything wrong with that screen at all. The whole thing looks pretty slick in fact.
That does look sexy. I can't wait. I have an idea Yoda, why don't you FedEx Overnight it to me and Ill check the speed in my neck of the woods LOL.
That sure does look nice! I'm trying to hold out until there is more info on the SGS2 or Vigor but a picture like this is making it tough!
Yoda...any way you can take a pic so we can see the thickness?
Yoda, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE take a picture of the label on the underside of the battery, so we can know how big it is!
How? How did you get it?
Why? Why haven't you taken more photos?
I don't think he'd be able to tell you HOW he got it, since that would give too much away, and then he might risk not getting any more in the future.
But yes, Yoda, why haven't you taken more photos????
If I was Yoda, I'd have taken a million of them. Front, back, sides, battery, multiple pics of the battery indicator with the time next to it to document how long the battery lasts on a single charge, I can think of a ton more. HDMI mirroring, movie playback, posting pictures taken with the phone to determine quality, etc. etc. etc.!!!
There are tons of pictures of it in the FCC docs from all angles. Theres a thread here. The docs also say it has triband GSM.
What type of 1.5 GHz processor do you want? Snapdragon? Enoxys? Tegra? OMAP?
I am tired of people clamoring about processor speed as if that is the end all be all, I would take the Bionics 1.0 GHz OMAP over the 1.5 Snapdragon since the Snapdragon is only 20% faster for 50% power requirement...
P.S. John, how do you know that that battery gauge isn't after 15 hours of heavy use =P hahaha.
A still picture is a still picture, it doesn't tell us what drained the battery down so low.
FCC docs don't show the battery size.
I think battery life expectancy is a HUGE issue with the Bionic. If it really is 1930 mAh, I'd like to know.
The two things I'd like to know are if it has 512MB or 1GB of ram and how big the battery is.
It has been known that it has 1 GB DDR2 RAM for quite some time now...
As for the battery I believe it was 1800 with the first generation of the Bionic, I do not know what happened after they revamped it.
I'd take the OMAP over the Snapdragon easily. Dual channel RAM, man, dual channel RAM.
Out of curiosity, what's the benefit of dual channel RAM? I'm not very knowledgeable on most of this tech talk.
Thanks for the pic Yoda!
I were also curious about this.
Likely like DDR, but I haven't googled it. Allows one bank to be refreshed while the other is accessed so the cpu doesn't have to wait for the refresh cycle to finish.
Dual channel ram is very overrated... at least with pcs. Tomshardware had an article way back that had timings of dual channel ram verse single channel.
While the dual channel was faster, it was nothing to write home about.
You're going to have to prove it, unsubstantiated rumors are not evidence. If you can't prove it, don't say it has been "known".
More than anything I want to see how think this phone is. Any chance you could lay it next to a Droid X? Or simply measure the depth?
This has been discussed in numerous threads on this forum.
Motorola 'leaks' impressive Droid Bionic specifications - Gadgets
Motorola DROID BIONIC Specifications Are Now Legit | TechieWarehouse.com Blog
Motorola Droid Bionic Specifications Released and then Retracted - International Business Times
Motorola Droid Bionic Specs Released: Support 4G LTE Network
Droid Bionic Specs Appear on Motorola Site, Quickly Pulled | News & Opinion | PCMag.com
So, how is that for you?