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Tweet confirms summer release for the Motorola DROID Bionic

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Tweet confirms summer release for the Motorola DROID Bionic
One of the most anticipated devices since the CES will finally get launched this summer, according to a tweet from the manufacturer. Motorola Mobility confirmed its intention to release the Motorola DROID Bionic sometime this summer. Apparently, though, final form factor and software is still in flux as the tweet alludes to further updates to the device that are being worked on now.

This tweet shows Motorola's committment to deliver the DROID Bionic this summer

This tweet shows Motorola's committment to deliver the DROID Bionic this summer

As we reported, the latest rumored specs for the Motorola DROID Bionic include a large 4.3 inch qHD display with Android 2.3.4 running the show. That means that gTalk will be supported on the handset. An improved version of the BLUR UI is also anticipated to be on the final version of the phone with some 3D aspects to it. The DROID Bionic should be Motorola's first LTE enabled device for Verizon.

Summer officially started on Tuesday, so Motorola has about 3 months to deliver the goods. That means that the Motorola DROID Bionic should rear its head sometime in the next 90 days. The question for those Verizon customers with a new phone update burning a hole in their pocket is, do I upgrade to one of the currently available new handsets, or do I wait for the DROID Bionic? Let us know what you are going to do by dropping some words in the comment box below.

source: AndroidAuthority

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posted on 24 Jun 2011, 09:32

1. dudemanrod (Posts: 39; Member since: 15 Apr 2011)


if it has a + screen and it's unlocked, i'll be sold

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 09:34

2. DANIMAL (unregistered)


First, Ive been sitting on an upgrade for 6 months waiting for this thing, it better hurry!!!!!

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 09:35

3. DANIMAL (unregistered)


Damn!!! dudemanrod barely beat me to it!!!

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 09:40

5. dudemanrod (Posts: 39; Member since: 15 Apr 2011)


saying "first" is about as cheesy as my screen name... if you avoid saying it, you'll avoid being in this position...

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 22:00

39. tuminatr (Posts: 693; Member since: 23 Feb 2009)


i would not wait go get a t-bolt so you can keep the unlimited plan, sell it when this phone comes out to pay for the bionic. that's what i would do. wait a min that's what i did t-bolt is nice but bionic will be jiggy

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 10:17 1

14. Rich (unregistered)


dope.... u coulda been on a great new phone for the past months... u waited for nothing.

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 17:09

34. jogutier (Posts: 324; Member since: 12 Feb 2010)


Like the Thunderbolt.... :) I haven't had any issues with it and it's getting gingerbread at the end of the month. :)

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 09:39 6

4. avgjoe (Posts: 14; Member since: 31 Aug 2010)


Well the news about the Bionic is great to hear, Verizon. But there doesn't seem to be any "exciting" news about dropping unlimited data packages!! So f**k us, Verizon? And you wont even compromise with reduced plan pricing...such arrogance in this marketplace. 12 years, 20+ handsets & the loyalty retention offers I called about are complete jokes. The whole "best network" hustle is out of gas.

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 09:40

6. Stang68 (unregistered)


I'm hoping it hits before August 23rd because that's how long I have before I have to return my Charge to Costco for the 90 days!

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 09:44

7. ronsstop13 (unregistered)


It would be best to let the Verizon sales associates know. As they continue to tell me that there will be no bionic.

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 09:56

8. kain (unregistered)


I doubt Verizon reps are following Motorola's tweets to find out what's coming and not coming. It's not hard to see why one would say that, when for a while, it looked that way.

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 10:12 1

12. se7en11 (Posts: 10; Member since: 05 Oct 2009)


Most (not all) are not as passionate as we are about phones. I've asked our store's reps questions about many of the rumors (tiered data plans, bionic, etc) and most they had never heard before.

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 18:25 2

35. SomeGuy (unregistered)


A rep can only tell a customer what has been confirmed and released. They would never talk about rumors, or TBA information. You have to agree to not disclose any information regarding trainings and proprietary information.

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 19:39

37. iHateCrapple (Posts: 734; Member since: 12 Feb 2010)


Yea right bro, be real.

How do you think these news sites aquire those screen shots of inventory screens and trainings?

posted on 25 Jun 2011, 10:50

45. ChrisTheTechGuy (Posts: 85; Member since: 04 Nov 2010)


reps who know and actually care about not losing their job won't say anything. I've been asked multiple times about things in blogs and news that haven't been officially announced by vzw, and I play aloof to the fact I know whats going on because I'd rather keep my job. Fact - 80% of people who take screen shots and share with media or blogs are terminated shortly after, as it is easily traceable.

posted on 25 Jun 2011, 10:52

46. ChrisTheTechGuy (Posts: 85; Member since: 04 Nov 2010)


exactly! before every training or unreleased info thats given to us, we have to agree to a disclosure...

posted on 25 Jun 2011, 10:53

47. ChrisTheTechGuy (Posts: 85; Member since: 04 Nov 2010)


get a job in the cellular industry and then you'll know why we "don't know anything" about rumors/changes/phones

posted on 26 Jun 2011, 12:35

49. iknowbetter (unregistered)


You do realize that sales reps aren't allowed to tell you a phone is coming out until it has been announced by the company they work for right?

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 09:59

9. MpowerSkills (Posts: 38; Member since: 19 Feb 2011)


I have dumbphone and a new every 2 update burning a whole in my pocket and I think I'm waiting for the Bionic or something else. Right now nothing is to exciting to me.

The original pictures of the Targa looked sweet, but now the Targa just looks like the Bionic looked before they canceled it. I'm starting to loose my excitement about the Bionic if it has that same boring look. Here is the original pictures that got me excited in the first place:http://www.phonearena.com/news/Motorola-DROID-X-2-DROID-3-and-Targa-to-come-after-the-BIONIC_id17437

On a separate note, have any of you guys heard anything about Big Red getting rid of its unlimited data plan? I found this link:http://images.dailytech.com/nimage/20587_large_verizon-data-plans-1.jpg

and this link:http://images.dailytech.com/nimage/20588_large_verizon-data-plans-2.jpg

Don't know how legit it is. I called VZ and asked, they didn't confirm or deny, but said that I would be warned before it happened if it did.

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 15:05

28. quakan (Posts: 1223; Member since: 02 Mar 2011)


i think it's legit i've been seeing it now for the past week

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 22:10

40. Knicknevin (Posts: 138; Member since: 18 Mar 2011)


I called V just the other day and the rep told me (i asked her to note my acct as well) that with any upg to my phone I would be able to keep my Unlimited plan because I currently have it and it would just continue

posted on 25 Jun 2011, 01:04

43. MpowerSkills (Posts: 38; Member since: 19 Feb 2011)


Yeah, after I called, I started to read conflicting info so I went to VZ's site and chatted with a rep there this is how it went.

Mpower: I don't currently have a smartphone or data plan. I am concerned about rumors of VZ dumping their unlimited data plan for $30. If I get the unlimited plan before it goes away, will it work on a 4G phone, even if it was purchased for a non4G phone?

Ashley J: Yes it will.

Mpower: So if my friend has a 3G phone with unlimited data now, when he gets a 4G phone will he still be unlimited at 4G speeds?

Ashley J: Yes if the 4G 29.99 data plan is still offered.

Mpower: So its not grandfathered in. It can go away?

Ashley J: Yes if you have to activate another phone. It will be grandfathered in if you keep that plan with that phone.

Ashley J: Each phone will have it's own data plan. That will be a feature of the phone.

Mpower: So unlike in the past, when you switch phones your plan stays the same, now going forward if you switch phones you plan changes.

Ashley J: So if you change the phone then you will have to change the plan. However now you can get a 4G phone with the 29.99 data .

Ashley J: The data plan will always change according to the phone and what plan it will require.

Mpower: So if I want to lock in unlimited 4G data for life, I would need to buy a 4G phone before the changes?

Mpower: oh

Ashley J: yes.

Mpower: so even if I get a 4G phone now with unlimited, if I get a different 4G 2 years from now, I will loose my unlimited?

Ashley J: Yes if the unlimited is not offered at the time.

Mpower: Will VZ warn me before they get ride of the unlimited plan?

Ashley J: Yes you will be informed. Would you like a link to sign up for email alerts?

Mpower: This seems to contradict....

"Mpower:So if I want to lock in unlimited 4G data for life, I would need to buy a 4G phone before the changes?
Mpower: oh
Ashley J: yes.
Mpower: so even if I get a 4G phone now with unlimited, if I get a different 4G 2 years from now, I will loose my unlimited?
Ashley J: Yes if the unlimited is not offered at the time."

Ashley J: If you get the unlimited now you can keep that plan as long as you keep the plan.

Ashley J: *phone.

Mpower: plan=phone?

Ashley J: However if you change the plan and that data option is not offered then you will have to pick a new plan.

Mpower: oh, this is a change from the way things were done in the past and currently right?

Ashley J: That is how they are done now also.

Mpower: Let me recap my understanding from what you have said, and you can respond, True or False...lol

Ashley J: K

Mpower: Data/voice plans are only good as long as I have the particular phone that I started the plan with but can be continued on the following phone if the plan is still available for that new phone. If the plan is no longer available, I will be starting a new plan with every phone purchase. True or False?

Ashley J: True

posted on 27 Jun 2011, 03:08

56. yeathisstinks (unregistered)


So pretty much if you want to keep that unlimited the plan you would pretty much have to pay the FULL price of the phone unlocked cant get the contract deals anymore.. which sucks but the unlimited is worth it for sure 2gb for 30 bucks is pretty F***ed up but..

posted on 30 Jun 2011, 13:57

58. yeawtf (unregistered)


yea that does suck paying full price for the phone now... just to keep the unlimited data ugh... i want the galaxy s2 : X and i hope 2gb is enough

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 10:01

10. sglitwin (unregistered)


I want to wait but I am afraid the my 3g data plan will not grandfather me into the 4g non tiered plan. I might have to buy a lte phone before July 7 just to get the plan. Anyone with any advise?

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 10:08

11. MpowerSkills (Posts: 38; Member since: 19 Feb 2011)


http://images.dailytech.com/nimage/20587_large_verizon-data-plans-1.jpg

&

http://images.dailytech.com/nimage/20588_large_verizon-data-plans-2.jpg

I think this means your current plan will carry over just fine.

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 12:28

21. mattrenn (Posts: 2; Member since: 09 Oct 2009)


I think your fears are correct. When I go on to verizonwireless.com to add a 4G phone, it is telling me my plan needs to change to go from 3G to 4G. I'm getting a 4G on July 6th, and just hoping the Bionic comes out during the trial period.

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 14:16 5

26. MpowerSkills (Posts: 38; Member since: 19 Feb 2011)


I chatted with a VZ rep about this, it was a bit complicated but this might help...

Mpower: I don't currently have a smartphone or data plan. I am concerned about rumors of VZ dumping their unlimited data plan for $30. If I get the unlimited plan before it goes away, will it work on a 4G phone, even if it was purchased for a non4G phone?

Ashley J: Yes it will.

Mpower: So if my friend has a 3G phone with unlimited data now, when he gets a 4G phone will he still be unlimited at 4G speeds?

Ashley J: Yes if the 4G 29.99 data plan is still offered.

Mpower: So its not grandfathered in. It can go away?

Ashley J: Yes if you have to activate another phone. It will be grandfathered in if you keep that plan with that phone.

Ashley J: Each phone will have it's own data plan. That will be a feature of the phone.

Mpower: So unlike in the past, when you switch phones your plan stays the same, now going forward if you switch phones you plan changes.

Ashley J: So if you change the phone then you will have to change the plan. However now you can get a 4G phone with the 29.99 data .

Ashley J: The data plan will always change according to the phone and what plan it will require.

Mpower: So if I want to lock in unlimited 4G data for life, I would need to buy a 4G phone before the changes?

Mpower: oh

Ashley J: yes.

Mpower: so even if I get a 4G phone now with unlimited, if I get a different 4G 2 years from now, I will loose my unlimited?

Ashley J: Yes if the unlimited is not offered at the time.

Mpower: Will VZ warn me before they get ride of the unlimited plan?

Ashley J: Yes you will be informed. Would you like a link to sign up for email alerts?

Mpower: This seems to contradict....

"Mpower:So if I want to lock in unlimited 4G data for life, I would need to buy a 4G phone before the changes?
Mpower: oh
Ashley J: yes.
Mpower: so even if I get a 4G phone now with unlimited, if I get a different 4G 2 years from now, I will loose my unlimited?
Ashley J: Yes if the unlimited is not offered at the time."

Ashley J: If you get the unlimited now you can keep that plan as long as you keep the plan.

Ashley J: *phone.

Mpower: plan=phone?

Ashley J: However if you change the plan and that data option is not offered then you will have to pick a new plan.

Mpower: oh, this is a change from the way things were done in the past and currently right?

Ashley J: That is how they are done now also.

Mpower: Let me recap my understanding from what you have said, and you can respond, True or False...lol

Ashley J: K

Mpower: Data/voice plans are only good as long as I have the particular phone that I started the plan with but can be continued on the following phone if the plan is still available for that new phone. If the plan is no longer available, I will be starting a new plan with every phone purchase. True or False?

Ashley J: True

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 15:16 1

30. Marauder (Posts: 12; Member since: 11 May 2011)


Very confusing, but I'm glad you were able to chat with someone and get some sort of answer...

Appreciate it!

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 19:05

36. bystarlight (unregistered)


If you upgrade from a smartphone to a new smartphone, your unlimited data will stay the same. Unfortunately for those who have been waiting with old phones or feature phones, when *you* finally upgrade from that phone, you won't have the same option and will have to choose from the new tiered plans. Sorry! I kinda thought it was neat that there were still some people who were patiently waiting for a smartphone that kept their attention longer than five minutes, but I guess that it was actually working in the other's favor because for the people who seem to switch in and out of a smartphone every week, you are locked into your current data plan and you get to carry on with your bored-of-my-brand-new-smartphone-already syndrome.

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 10:14

13. Sniggly (Posts: 7182; Member since: 05 Dec 2009)


I really hope Motorola is right. They sent me the same tweet a couple days ago.

Troubling thing is though that I spoke to a rep who seemed to know his s**t and said that even though they're keeping it on the down low, the delay is caused by the battery life still sucking so much that they're trying to cram a 3150 mah battery in the back, but they have to wait for the tech to make it smaller. Which according to him means that the Bionic could be delayed into next year. And his prediction is that the Bionic could won't be released until the holidays at the earliest in order to take advantage of Christmas sales.

He could be completely wrong and I hope he is. I think it'll be very bad for Moto to have to delay the Bionic that long, especially since they've been promising a summer release.

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 16:06 1

31. snowgator (Posts: 3293; Member since: 19 Jan 2011)


Wow. That does fly in the face of every bit of gossip around this device. To think they cancelled the first one due to this model behaving better, and there still may be major problems. Motorola needs to get a 4G flagship on their best carrier. Verizon is depending every bit as much on the Bionic as Motorola is.

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 10:18

15. se7en11 (Posts: 10; Member since: 05 Oct 2009)


Personally I want to hear the specs on the iPhone 5 and a release date for the Samsung Function before I make any decision on the Bionic. Not sure I can wait that long though :)

FYI: here is the actual tweethttp://twitter.com/#!/Motorola/status/83895581042413568

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 11:14

16. in the know (unregistered)


If you have a current smartphone with Verizon, you will be grandfathered into unlimited data. For all of you people complaining about the data plan, you should blame the data hogs that get apps like pdanet.com and use free tethering. Believe it or not, there is only so much bandwidth. How can a company provide the same experience to all customers when this happens?

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 12:36 3

22. generalissimolee (unregistered)


It's not about free tethering. I don't tether at all, free or otherwise, and two days 3 days into the billing month I am at 1.6 gb. Why? Netflix, Pandora reading these phone sites, etc... You know, the sorts of things they advertise the phone and network can do. 2gb is just too easy to blow through with LTE. And I believe Verizon is counting on that.

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 12:03 4

17. Dirtdog (unregistered)


Like so many of us, I have patiently waited for the release of the Droid Bionic for what already seems like forever… The POS BB Storm 2 is killing me! I could use my final early upgrade last February. I’m not sure how much longer Motorola/Verizon actually believe they can drag this out and still keep people invested/interested… By the time we actually see the Bionic, it going to be outdated!

Furthermore, I have been a loyal and dedicated Verizon customer for 12 plus years… The VIP program discontinued… No longer able to do annual upgrades… Unlimited Data plans going away…. Where is the incentive to remain loyal???

I’m getting REAL close to being done with Verizon and Motorola… If the iphone 5 is released before/or the same time as the Bionic… and Motorola is playing the waiting game to compete with that release… I will cut off my nose to spite my face and switch carriers…

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 12:23 1

19. jtucker1987 (Posts: 89; Member since: 06 May 2010)


There are still incentives for being a longtime verizon customer. You just have to get the right customer service rep to give you them. A friend of mine bought the iPhone 4 last week for verizon and after talking to customer service, they gave her unlimited data for $15 a month. That price is guaranteed for her for two years she was told. It's all about who you get.

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 21:15

38. taco50 (banned) (Posts: 5506; Member since: 08 Oct 2009)


She got screwed. There's no such thing on Verizon. She'll want to check her bill.

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 23:57

42. jtucker1987 (Posts: 89; Member since: 06 May 2010)


Her account online shows $15 unlimited data. So yea......no she didn't.

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 16:17

33. snowgator (Posts: 3293; Member since: 19 Jan 2011)


Easy, Dirtdog, come off the ledge....

Just remember, in this day and age of increased Smartphone sales, all carriers are changing to deal with the needs. Some of these changes (unlimited data slowly being phased out, family data plans) are actually legit. Others (yearly upgrades for preferred customers, lack of different kinds of plans, hidden charges on "free" apps) are just gouging their cash cows- us. Verizon still has decent customer service. (I am with AT&T. Trust me. I know crap service.) They still have a very dependable network. You may regret it depending on your area.

Still the Blackberry Storm 2??? Man, you do need an upgrade.

posted on 27 Jun 2011, 03:17

57. yeathisstinks (unregistered)


LOL i have the LG Dare I NEED TO UPgrade.. i wanted the Samsung Galaxy S2 buT that doesnt seem to becoming out until late july or august sooo i am f***ed lOL i need to get plan now so i can get the unlimited like someone said 2gb for 30 bucks is a complete rIP off.. you can blow that in 1 day honestly

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 12:13

18. OGDroid (Posts: 14; Member since: 27 Apr 2011)


Cant wait for this guy! Im still using the original Droid! Will be a major up grade for me!

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 13:14

23. Sethdras (Posts: 61; Member since: 22 Jul 2009)


i'm right there with you, and by now, i hate it, its extra slow compared to what is out now (or what came out 6 months after the original release). I am more than ready to use my new every 2 upgrade which i have availabe come July, come on bionic!

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 12:25

20. Rup (unregistered)


If I have a smart phone now, with unlimited data, and want to pick up the Bionic (assuming it comes out after Verizon does away with unlimited data), would I be able to grandfather in my unlimited data with the new phone, or does the grandfathering rule only apply to the original phone?

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 13:19

25. Marauder (Posts: 12; Member since: 11 May 2011)


I would think so. If the posts that mpowerskills posted are any indication (AND if they are indeed valid), i think it will mean that you should be able to grandfather your unlimited data package in because you can keep your current pricing..

Don't quote me on this... I still have the same questions myself

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 13:15

24. Marauder (Posts: 12; Member since: 11 May 2011)


Basically the way I see it is, any phone you get now is just going to be obsolete immediately. Might as well get a 4G smartphone now while the data package is unlimited. I'll stay with it and keep tabs on new and upcoming phones as well as pricing and data trends and see where things are when I'm ready for my next upgrade.

It's not worth it to me to keep waiting around. I believe Verizon will be releasing the bionic AFTER the tiered pricing is already set. They know what they're doing and want to grab as much people onto current 4g/3g smartphones with unlimited data and knowing that people who are waiting for the Bionic to come out will have to choose a tiered pricing structure.

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 14:46

27. CRICKETownz (Posts: 980; Member since: 24 Oct 2009)


the way it was explained to me is simple: if you already have a smartphone with unlimited data you wont have to change that to a tiered pricing option if you do an upgrade. only those who sign up for new service (brand new accounts or add-a-lines) after 7/7 with a smartphone or those who upgrade from a regular phone to a smartphone will be on tiered data. so if u have unlimited data now you will continue that.

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 15:08

29. anon123 (unregistered)


droid bionic is being released in july.... jus sayin, dont ask

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 16:09

32. i think i know you (unregistered)


The 4G and 3G unlimited data plans have different names, therefore different plans. If you have to change your data plan, you cant get unlimited. I think that if you have a 4G smartphone with unlimited data then you keep it from 4G phone to 4G phone. But 3G to 4G it seems like you will lose it

posted on 24 Jun 2011, 22:18

41. Joker (unregistered)


I'm going to wait this one out a little longer. i'm just getting er disappointed about sooner or later if the iphone 5 come out before this one. i'm getting it. i'm just glad i get to keep my unlimited plan because i'm still with verizon wireless

posted on 25 Jun 2011, 09:46

44. MpowerSkills (Posts: 38; Member since: 19 Feb 2011)


I chatted with a VZ rep about this, it was a bit complicated but this might help...

Mpower: I don't currently have a smartphone or data plan. I am concerned about rumors of VZ dumping their unlimited data plan for $30. If I get the unlimited plan before it goes away, will it work on a 4G phone, even if it was purchased for a non4G phone?

Ashley J: Yes it will.

Mpower: So if my friend has a 3G phone with unlimited data now, when he gets a 4G phone will he still be unlimited at 4G speeds?

Ashley J: Yes if the 4G 29.99 data plan is still offered.

Mpower: So its not grandfathered in. It can go away?

Ashley J: Yes if you have to activate another phone. It will be grandfathered in if you keep that plan with that phone.

Ashley J: Each phone will have it's own data plan. That will be a feature of the phone.

Mpower: So unlike in the past, when you switch phones your plan stays the same, now going forward if you switch phones you plan changes.

Ashley J: So if you change the phone then you will have to change the plan. However now you can get a 4G phone with the 29.99 data .

Ashley J: The data plan will always change according to the phone and what plan it will require.

Mpower: So if I want to lock in unlimited 4G data for life, I would need to buy a 4G phone before the changes?

Mpower: oh

Ashley J: yes.

Mpower: so even if I get a 4G phone now with unlimited, if I get a different 4G 2 years from now, I will loose my unlimited?

Ashley J: Yes if the unlimited is not offered at the time.

Mpower: Will VZ warn me before they get ride of the unlimited plan?

Ashley J: Yes you will be informed. Would you like a link to sign up for email alerts?

Mpower: This seems to contradict....

"Mpower:So if I want to lock in unlimited 4G data for life, I would need to buy a 4G phone before the changes?
Mpower: oh
Ashley J: yes.
Mpower: so even if I get a 4G phone now with unlimited, if I get a different 4G 2 years from now, I will loose my unlimited?
Ashley J: Yes if the unlimited is not offered at the time."

Ashley J: If you get the unlimited now you can keep that plan as long as you keep the plan.

Ashley J: *phone.

Mpower: plan=phone?

Ashley J: However if you change the plan and that data option is not offered then you will have to pick a new plan.

Mpower: oh, this is a change from the way things were done in the past and currently right?

Ashley J: That is how they are done now also.

Mpower: Let me recap my understanding from what you have said, and you can respond, True or False...lol

Ashley J: K

Mpower: Data/voice plans are only good as long as I have the particular phone that I started the plan with but can be continued on the following phone if the plan is still available for that new phone. If the plan is no longer available, I will be starting a new plan with every phone purchase. True or False?

Ashley J: True

posted on 26 Jun 2011, 12:34

48. zimmick 33 (unregistered)


will this phone be global???? Q&A answer please if it is im getting this phone it looks just like the droid 3

posted on 26 Jun 2011, 12:37

50. zimmick 33 (unregistered)


will this phone be a 4.5 inch or 4.3 inch? Q&A

posted on 26 Jun 2011, 12:58

51. zimmick1 (Posts: 5; Member since: 26 Jun 2011)


how much VGA pixels will this phone have on the front facing camera? and also will it have an 8 maga pixel camera i heard that this is an 18 maga pixel camera? please answer me.....

posted on 26 Jun 2011, 12:59

52. zimmick1 (Posts: 5; Member since: 26 Jun 2011)


will this phone be a 4.5 inch or 4.3 inch? Q&A

posted on 26 Jun 2011, 12:59

53. zimmick1 (Posts: 5; Member since: 26 Jun 2011)


will this phone be global???? Q&A answer please if it is im getting this phone it looks just like the droid 3 sweet

posted on 26 Jun 2011, 13:58

54. pbaz66 (unregistered)


I've been holding onto an upgrade since February and this wait is killing me!!!

posted on 26 Jun 2011, 14:02

55. OGDriodme2 (unregistered)


I'm using the original Droid as well. I like my phone. I hate I need to factory reset every 3-4 months to keep it fast. It slows to a crawl after a few months of use. Bionic is what I've been looking at for awhile. Jusat waiting...

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