No question about it, but the Motorola DROID BIONIC is the clear-cut winner in the calling quality department as it’s able to provide us with an experience that’s free of any background noise or static – while producing audible voices on both ends of the line that are clear in tone. Furthermore, its speakerphone is abundantly superior with its strong output versus the competition.

Packing 4G LTE connectivity definitely has its drawbacks as well, which is evident by the poor battery life we’re able to get out of a single charge on the Motorola DROID BIONIC – in fact, we’re greeted with 10 hours of normal usage. Strangely, the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II is also rather paltry with its battery life as well seeing we’re only getting 11 hours of juice on normal usage. Even though we don’t see any improvement over its predecessor, the iPhone 4S is indeed the more forgiving handset in terms of battery life. Specifically, we’re getting at least a solid one day of normal usage.


If you somehow don’t mind paying a huge premium right now, or simply have an unlimited cash flow, we definitely recommend checking out the Motorola DROID BIONIC because it’s seriously the most future-proof device out of the three. Yes, it’s priced significantly higher, but you’re going to be presented with a device that’s packing lightning fast 4G LTE speeds and the additional functionality of Motorola’s Webtop experience – while offering all of the lovable aspects of Android in general. However, it doesn’t mean that the other two aren’t great alternatives, but rather, they’re reasonably priced high-end smartphones that will appease people with their performance. With the iPhone 4S, it isn’t necessarily classified as a next-generation iPhone, since it’s nothing more than an incremental upgrade. And with the Samsung Galaxy S II, it doesn’t quite behold the same blinding aura as it did when it first launched overseas back in the spring. In any event, they both have their strengths in offering an exceptional experience, but the Motorola DROID BIONIC simply IS the epitome of a cutting edge smartphone – plus, it helps when it performs handsomely in a variety of departments.

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