5 Droid Bionic Infographics

 

By Posted 1 Aug 2011, 15:19

When it comes to smartphones they all have their time in the limelight, but one handset has kept in the media eye for almost eight months now, and that is the Droid Bionic. The reason for this is not because it will be the best Android phone, but because of the design changes and also constant delays. Now that the smartphone is imminent we thought we would offer up 5 infographics, which we hope you find enlightening?

So let us look at the first one, which looks at the social opinions of the Bionic compared to the Galaxy S II. Now this is interesting, because these are the two Android handsets that are the most anticipated. The results are from April 1, 2011 to June 21, 2011, and there was more social media attention for the S II. The Bionic had dropped 11 percent, while the S II had increased by that same amount. However, this could be very different today, as we are close to the release of both products.

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Thanks to MashWork

Next is a look at the Bionic against the HTC ThunderBolt. This is in two parts, as it is so large. You will get to see all the key features that are important to a phone, and we can already see that it is not a fair fight. This is like a game of Top Trumps, and Motorola seems to have HTC trumped on every feature. You cannot even compare the carriers, as they are both on/coming to Verizon.

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Thanks to Online Marketing Trends

Our third infographic is like the one above, but also throws in the iPhone 4 for good measure. What we like about this one is how you can see how technology has changed, because the iPhone is about a year older than the other two phones. We can see what features each phone has and what they do not have, a red cross represents a missing feature. The Droid Bionic is lacking 4 key features, the ThunderBolt 3 and the fourth-generation iPhone 12, which was to be expected really.

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Thanks to Funky Space Monkey

Trying to put the Bionic against the iPhone 5 is a little tough, as we do not know anything official just yet. However, this infographic has looked at what is presumed. We cannot help but notice that it states the obvious, such as storage, camera, color etc. However, we have noticed that it still shows the iPhone 5 to have a 3.7-inch screen, which we know could be larger now.

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Thanks to PopHerald

Our final infographic looks at the features of the HTC EVO 3D and how it compares to the upcoming Droid. From what we can see, we expect that this was prepared sometime ago before Motorola decided to upgrade the hardware, although a few still look to be spot on.

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Thanks to BillShrink

Are you still waiting on the Droid Bionic, or have you had enough?

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  • http://twitter.com/BrianB13 BrianB13

    Your comparisons and the pics of the Bionic are old and meaningless now.  So I have no idea why you even bothered with it.  The social media poll is a waste of time.  You can’t compare the Bionic on one carrier to the SGSII on multiple carriers.  The poll might have had some traction if the comparison was to the Atrix, Photon and Bionic.  I don’t really care what most people think because the majority of them are largely uniformed.  We don’t know the complete specs for the Bionic nor do we know what each incarnation of SGSII will be like on each carrier (i.e., 4G LTE, slider keyboard).

    A lot of people are going to buy whichever phone becomes available first because they are tired of waiting.  The Bionic still might be the only dual core 4G LTE out there unless the SGSII comes with 4G LTE on Verizon which is not known at this time.

    As far as the iPhone 5 goes,even if the display is larger, it will be a 4 ” screen which is still smaller than most Android phones.  I highly doubt it will have flash and it won’t be 4G LTE.  But since it is an iPhone people will flock to it.  Especially those that own other Apple products.

    I think that battery technology is lagging behind the phone technology here.  I’m sure Motorola would love to place a TI OMAP 4460 processor (1.5 ghz) in the Bionic but will no doubt settle for the 4430 processor (1.0 ghz) so that the battery will last more than a couple of hours as the 4G LTE radio is a real battery drainer.  People complain about Pentile displays which the Bionic will have but it is easier on battery life and it sounds like Motorola has found a way to reduce the ghosting on the screen.   

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QNT4EDU2UGQW4EUTU6GOCFNN3I MissChocolate

    I am still waiting for the bionic. My bf called me this morning and told me that the bionics were in so I’m hoping he gets to test one as he did the Xperia Play, Charge, Revolution, and Xoom. It felt good to get my hands on these things before they were out. I love the Xperia Play but its not 4G so I don’t want it.

    • Rougegamer

      I thought Moto said they will not be out till September?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QNT4EDU2UGQW4EUTU6GOCFNN3I MissChocolate

    I am still waiting for the bionic. My bf called me this morning and told me that the bionics were in so I’m hoping he gets to test one as he did the Xperia Play, Charge, Revolution, and Xoom. It felt good to get my hands on these things before they were out. I love the Xperia Play but its not 4G so I don’t want it.

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