Motorola DROID Bionic desktop dock and car dock show up on Amazon
0. phoneArena 22 Jul 2011, 00:36 posted on
Another look at the Motorola DROID bionic and this one seems to be more legit as it comes from the web site of online retailer Amazon; a pair of docks-one for the car and the other for the desktop-were pictured with no pricing or availability date...
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1. Thump3rDX17 (Posts: 2160; Member since: 10 May 2010)
the Bionic looks surprisingly thin from this angle, i thought it would be more comparable to the Revolution in thickness. o:
2. nothank-YOU (unregistered)
I really don't care about this FAILED phone. I can't wait for SGS2 to come out because that is the phone to get. This crap of a blunder here is just one of many failed devices that moto has put out. I'm going to say NO THANK-YOU and pretend this crap never existed. No one is dumb enough to get a phone that will most likely be beaten in every aspect by a phone that already exist. FAILED!
3. Are You an Idiot-yes you are (unregistered)
You seriously missed the whole point of the Best Buy "buy back" program. Any phone you are planning on getting will be seriously outdated by the time you un-box it. Welcome to the real world, go back to school idiot.
5. Unnecessary (unregistered)
Well that was childish. Who said anything about best buy? How can you miss a point that wasn't made.
6. What phone is out that beats i (unregistered)
Name the dual core, 4g, phone for verizon that beats it that already is out.
10. bonecrkr (Posts: 2; Member since: 22 Jul 2011)
Why is it that Verizon is always dead last when it comes to keeping up with new hardware? All the other carriers (Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile) already have a dual core 4G phone. The next thing Verizon needs to do is get rid of CDMA and go GSM like the rest of the world.
11. Thump3rDX17 (Posts: 2160; Member since: 10 May 2010)
Verizon has lapped all the other carriers when it comes to technology. they have LTE NOW while everyone else is working on getting their own LTE networks running. the only bad thing here is Verizon has the inconvenience of being the first with the technology so it takes longer to make powerful phones that can take advantage of it but when the other carriers finally climb on board the LTE train the manufacturers will already know what they're doing so Verizon is kind of like the manufacturer's lab rat right now. your welcome. oh and LTE is GSM technology.