Will the Motorola DROID Bionic have an OMAP processor under the hood rather than Tegra 2?
0. phoneArena posted on 29 May 2011, 02:10
The NenaMark benchmark web site has revealed some specs for the upcoming Motorola DROID Bionic and similar to what we told you about the Motorola DROID 3, the GPU on the unit comes only with a TI OMAP 4; other specs include a qHD display and Android 2.3.3 (no Google Talk!) on board...
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1. Phullofphil posted on 29 May 2011, 06:09 1 0
Tegra is a good processor but i hope it has the omap. Those are supposed to be one of the best duel core processors with arm architecture. forgot howmany there. Snapdragon is a good one to but actually sobody if they will can list all the different arm cpu's. or a link to a comparison site of all that would be the bees nees.
2. protozeloz posted on 29 May 2011, 06:57 2 0
This backs up my theory of the terga not being optimized for lte and causing issues
15. BlackSirius16 posted on 29 May 2011, 21:09 1 1
It's not your theory If everyone is saying the same thing
16. Thump3rDX17 posted on 29 May 2011, 22:48 0 0
what i mean is i had the idea that the Tegra II isn't working with the LTE radios because i put the pieces together myself. if everybody else put it together good for them. haven't you seen me talking about it in other articles?
19. protozeloz posted on 30 May 2011, 13:27 1 0
there are no official statements saying the terga is not optimized for LTE now if you follow news you will be capable of seeing a patten Terga = no LTE and LTE = no Terga yeah everyone says the same thing but its still a theory... so if I come with this conclusion by myself then its my theory because i believe it could be a reason, if others have come to their same conclusion then it just means we have the same theory and it's ours but I cant speak for all the internet or all the ones that believe this because we may differ in the causes for this and other things.... so i speak for myself
4. RORYREVOLUTION posted on 29 May 2011, 08:56 0 0
I hope to see this processor on the DROID 3 then we will be able to see what's in store for us.
7. Tottenham posted on 29 May 2011, 11:17 1 0
One thing is for certain, the Bionic had better be one bad mamma jamma when it finally hits the market. With all of the leaks, hype, and delays associated with this phone, if it's not the end-all be-all device it's being touted as, it's going to be seen as an enormous failure. Had the Bionic been released a month or two ago, it might have set the paradigm for what a smartphone should be. But the longer it waits to launch, the more likely it will just wind up as an also-ran, lost in the pack of dual core, high resolution devices.
8. mr. droid posted on 29 May 2011, 13:36 0 0
i cant believe the hype over this phone. its crazy. if it lives up to everything, then it will be the cream de le cream of all phones. So far, the LG revolution is all that for me, only flaw i can find with it is the little cover that goes over the charging port when its not in use. its a terrible quick short cut they took there, but besides that.. its awesome. puts the charge to a sad shame.
On the other side of the coin, I keep hearing that this phone (the bionic) is cancelled, discontinued or whatever. Or renamed something else. I dont know. It keeps phone fanatics like myself (and I think most of you folks also) on the edge of ones seat. I just wish we could hear something more official.
In the mean time, those that are not wanting 4G LTE and are motorola fans, the droid x 2 seems to have some real promise from what I have heard.
11. skymitch89 posted on 29 May 2011, 14:13 1 0
Probably, that could be why they are delaying it until later in the summer.
14. Thump3rDX17 posted on 29 May 2011, 20:18 0 0
TI really does make some good micro processors. the OMAP3630 in the Droid X and 2 were the better 1GHZ processors from the crop of last year's high-end phones. the only thing i'm torn between is the better benchmarks from the OMAP4 or Official Playstation support coming to phones with the Tegra II processor.