First dual-core 4G LTE phone.
Motorola's widgets rock.
32GB storage out of the box.
Large 4.3-inch screen.
Power, speed and connectivity options.
Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread.
Camera takes great pictures and videos with good lighting.
Battery life is robust for general use.
Ample storage comes standard.
Short battery life due to 4G.
Poor screen quality.
Camera does not impress.
Bland NinjaBlur user interface.
Poorly placed power, volume buttons.
Peripherals donít live up to their potential.
Not very comfortable to hold.
By TechSpot on September 09, 2011
The Motorola Droid Bionic has had a storied past, despite just being released a couple of days ago. It was originally announced way back at the CES trade show in January, though it was a very different looking smartphone back then. Motorola went back...-
By TechRadar on February 09, 2012
The Droid Bionic was Motorola's first dual-core (at 1GHz) handset to use Verizon's 4G LTE network, though it's since been joined by the Droid Razr and will soon be joined by its newer, much longer-lasting sibling, the Droid Razr Maxx ....80
By Pocketables on January 23, 2012
Specifications Even now, the Bionic still has some very solid hardware. It doesn't have a 720p display, but it does sport a 4.3-inch qHD panel, 1GHz dual-core TI processor, a full 1GB of RAM, 8MP 1080p rear and VGA front cameras, as well as a...-
By CellPhoneQuick on November 12, 2011
Yes the Bionic is feature filled and packs plenty of punches, but it also has features and hardware that have been around separately on other devices for several months for the most part. The Bionic may be the first Verizon Wireless smartphone to...-
By Phone Arena on November 07, 2011
One year later, one year better. That's exactly what we find with this new class of smartphones, as they seemingly close the gap between them and dedicated point and shoots. Seriously, they can replace those once perceived mandatory gadgets –...-
By Phone Arena on October 27, 2011
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...-
By HotHardware on October 26, 2011
After a seemingly long wait, the Droid Bionic is here. Was it worth waiting for? That depends. The Droid Bionic is an excellent phone. However, with the upcoming holiday season many carriers and manufacturers are launching a multitude of new, powerful...-
By Pocketnow on October 09, 2011
The Droid Bionic is a solid performer, and the smoothest Android-powered smartphone I've used to-date. With the phone's appetite for power, it would have been nice for Verizon to include the accessory back-plate for wireless charging as a...90
By G4tv.com on September 30, 2011
Video Review: The Droid Bionic from Motorola is faster and more powerful than ever with a dual core 1 GHz NVIDIA Tegra mobile processor, 1 GB of RAM and download speeds that can reach up to 40 MBps. Chris Hardwick and Candace Bailey review this $300...100
By Pocket-lint on September 23, 2011
Not quite a $6 million mobile but fast, friendly and light enough to give Apple a slo-mo run for its...80