Motorola DROID BIONIC's browser scores high in benchmarking test

Motorola DROID BIONIC's browser scores high in benchmarking test
Who wouldn't trade places with "Joe the Insider"? Joe has obtained a Motorola DROID BIONIC from one of the launch kits that have been shipped out to Verizon retail locations. He has been able to test the smartphone out as he puts it through the paces, taking clear photographs of the phone as he goes along. Today, for example, Joe put the handset's browser through a benchmark test and found that it scored 45,620 vs. the 36,073 scored by the stock Android browser on the Google Nexus S. That takes a load off the minds of many prospective DROID BIONIC buyers, worried about how well the browser on the phone might work.

Some of Joe's thoughts on the smartphone that is on the tip of many Verizon customer's tongue is that it is light and thin. The start-up is "ridiculously fast". The problem that Motorola DROID 3 users have been having with the lagging camera is gone as the camera opens right away on the DROID BIONIC. He adds that the battery that comes on the phone is 1730mAh and is covered by a plastic back similar to the one on the DROID 3. A 16GB microSD card is pre-installed on the phone which is big in size. Joe compares it to the size of the Samsung Droid Charge.

Not only are we closing in on the expected September 8th launch of the phone, but we are also closing in on the start of the Motorola DROID BIONIC ARena contest. Considering that 16 DROID BIONIC units will be given away, we are pretty sure that you are going to want to make sure that you've installed the app from the Android Market.

source: AndroidCentral

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