If you were one of the many that followed all the news from this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, then you would have heard about the Motorola Droid Bionic smartphone. Although it’s only just been revealed, it’s already been compared to several other handsets that are making their way onto the market.
A rather interesting article by Kellex over at droid-life.com shows us exactly how the Droid Bionic compares to the much-anticipated Verizon iPhone 4 and the Android-based HTC Thunderbolt. Judging by the infographic (courtesy of Skattertech), the Droid Bionic has a lot more to offer than the Verizon iPhone.
For example, the Droid Bionic features 4G, which as you know the iPhone 4 doesn’t. It also offers an HDMI output, which both the iPhone and the HTC Thunderbolt unfortunately lack. Another feature that can be found on the Droid Bionic and the Thunderbolt but not on the iPhone is turn-by-turn navigation.
In the meantime, an article over at phonearena.com has compared the Droid Bionic to smartphones such as the LG Optimus 2X and the Motorola Atrix 4G. One thing I noticed from this comparison is that the Droid Bionic lacks global roaming, which is featured on both the LG Optimus 2X and the Atrix 4G.
There are however many features that can be seen on all three handsets, such as a 1GHz processor, Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n), microUSB and a 3.5mm headphone connector. Are you looking to update you old smartphone? If so, will you be choosing any of these handsets?