Network
Data3G, 4G, EVDO, LTE
Size/Design
AntennaInternal
DesignBar
Dimensions5" x 2.63" x 0.43" (127 x 67 x 10.9 mm)
Headset Jack3.5 mm
Keyboard/ButtonsTouchscreen
Side KeysYes
TypeSmartphone
Weight5.6 oz. (159 g)
Battery
Standby Time200 hours (8.3 days)
Talk Time10.8 hours (650 minutes)
Type1735 mAh
Display
Resolution960 x 540 pixels 4.3"
Touch ScreenYes - capacitive
TypeTFT, TFD, qHD, LCD (Color)
Camera and Video
Camera FeaturesVGA front facing camera, 1080p HD video capture and playback, auto-focus, stabilizer, multi-shot, geo-tagging, night mode, exposure control, panorama, DLNA, HDMI, 4x zoom, color effects, anti-banding, whit balance
FlashLED
Live TVYes
Megapixels8.0
Streaming VideoYes, YouTube
Data Messaging
Instant MessagingYes
Predictive Text EntryYes
SwypeYes
Text MessagingMMS, SMS
Music and Multimedia
GPS NavigationYes
Music PlayerYes, MP3, AAC, AAC+, WAV, eAAC+
Speaker PhoneYes
Connectivity
BluetoothYes, 2.1+EDR Supported Profiles: HSP 1.2, HFP, OPP, PBA, DUN, A2DP 1.2, AVRC 1.4, HID, PAN, MAP
E-Mail ClientYes, POP, IMAP, Microsoft Exchange, GMail, IM via Google Talkā„¢
HDMI portYes
Memory16 GB internal
Memory Card SlotTransFlash, MicroSD
Operating SystemGoogle Android
Processor1 GHz dual core NVIDIA Tegra 2
USB PortYes
Web BrowserYes
Wi-FiYes
Organizer
AlarmYes
CalculatorYes
CalendarYes
To-Do ListYes
Phone Book
Multi Numbers per NameYes
Photo Caller IDYes
Ringer IDYes
Voice DialingYes
Other Features
Adjustable Text SizeYes
Flight ModeYes
Hearing Aid CompatibleYes, M4, T4
Multiple LanguagesYes
Vibrate AlertYes
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The DROID Bionic is (was?) the top of the line Android phone! With a Dual-Core processor, and 1 GB or RAM. It has every feature you could want and performs well, but leaves much to be desired. The screen, while clear and sharp, has some gnarly looking colors (especially in the yellow, and orange family), just OK battery life, and STILL is stuck on Gingerbread with Moto's UI which while attractive, isn't that well designed and a little bit slow.

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