Yes, the Razr seems a better build and has an easier access micro sd slot, plus a "1.2ghz" chipset and SAMOLEDA display. But: 1. Probably the same LTE as the Bionic 2. Contrary to others, most folks and media reviews like the Bionic's display and it looks GREAT outside. Not as easy for amoled tech. 3. The build is great 4. You can switch batteries 5. Same internal storage and RAM 6. I stick with my assertion the Razr will run warmer than the Bionic, since same 4430 chip, but 20% faster clock. Binning shminning- I think the device will run warmer/hotter and drain the battery worse than at 1ghz. The one glaring issue with the Bionic is the sound issue from the 3.5mm jack (if common). Assuming that is fixed, I suggest that the Bionicles should NOT be bent out of shape. The net result should mean an equal device. I apply the same logic to my Droid 3 and the looming Droid 4. BTW, I think we should enjoy our battery options ATM, since probably a lot more fixed battery phones next year.