Motorola DROID BIONIC and ATRIX to have power management bugs?

Motorola DROID BIONIC and ATRIX to have power management bugs?
With the release of the Motorola ATRIX for AT&T and DROID BIONIC for Verizon to be right around the corner, it's disheartening to hear that the devices might be released with major Power Management bugs. Posts over on Howard Forums have stated the Power Management bug can cause a wide variety of issues, including overheating (even while in idle), power fluctuations affecting RF signal performance, and cold boot issues. Other Motorola insiders on the board are saying these issues are being kept quiet as the company obviously wants to get it fixed before the final units make it to store shelves. Over on the Electronista site, they have posted an official response from Motorola PR denying the issue completely and saying there is no power management or overheating problems on the two devices. All we can hope for at this point is that the power management bugs will be fixed before the two phones are released, as it would be a shame for them to have these issues while in paying customer's hands.

source: Howard Forums and Electronista

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