Motorola DROID BIONIC soak test could mean Ice Cream Sandwich is coming
posted by Alan F. / Oct 12, 2012, 12:17 AM
The advantage to doing this is that by keeping the number of handsets involved in the testing down to the bare minimum, if something goes wrong it limits the number of handsets that are bricked. To be eligible to participate in the soak test, you need to be a member of the Motorola Feedback network. If you do agree to take part in the soak test, you must keep everything confidential.
For Motorola DROID BIONIC owners, Android 4.0 is finally within reach. Considering the effort it took on Motorola's part to get ICS on this device, we wouldn't expect to see the Motorola DROID BIONIC have an easy time getting past Android 4.0.
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THANK GOD. Now hurry the hell up getting it fully available. Im never going to get over this Motorola. Sorry but Samsungs and HTCs for me from now on.
posted on Oct 12, 2012, 12:33 AM 0
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I really like my Bionic. It's snappy on the UI, the screen size and clarity is good, and I think it's better than the RAZR line, as I can swap batteries on a long day. The OEM accessories are dirt-cheap, and it has been durable. The occasional data drops are a pain, and sometimes one app or another will become a massive battery hog, but I see complaints on forums about many phone models that experience these issues. I do look forward to the increased performance and additional features ICS will bring to my device, and think we've waited far too long for an update that was promised almost a year ago. ICS, and JB, ASAP, Moto... and maybe I'll consider another Droid next time.
posted on Oct 15, 2012, 12:15 PM 0
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