The Droid Bionic features a dual-core processor and a full host of multimedia features including HD video recording, something few smartphones to date have offered. This phone even allows users to easily display their recordings on other devices such as HD television screens by means of an integrated HDMI port.
Business users will find it meets their specialized needs in terms of security and for online applications. Another plus for business and personal users alike is the generous 4.3 inch qHD display.
In terms of visual appeal, the Droid Bionic hits the ball out of the park with a slim, sleek design suitable for a high-end modern phone. According to Verizon, the Droid Verizon has set a new standard, being the thinnest 4G device yet that operates at LTE speeds. It is also the first such phone to feature dual processing.
The Droid Bionic uses Android 2.3.4.
A custom user interface means that the Motorola Droid Bionic has a steeper learning curve than other phones that use a more standard interface. For users on a budget, cost will also be a consideration. The Droid Bionic is expensive even for a smartphone.
Users who are willing to pay the average $299 price tag for this phone will find it worth the expense.