We've seen the specs revealed for Motorola's upcoming dual-core DROID Bionic and Atrix 4G, but let's be honest: what we really care about are the benchmarks. Luckily, both handsets have been put to the Quadrant test following their introductions at CES, and boy did they do well. While Quadrant isn't yet optimized for dual-core hardware, the two devices fared well on the test, with the Bionic scoring 2284 and the Atrix posting a score of 2616. To compare, the HTC ThunderBolt managed a Quadrant score of 1926.
While it's true that the Quadrant test isn't necessarily the ultimate, deciding factor in how a phone will perform, it certainly gives us a good idea of what we can expect when the Bionic and Atrix finally land. Plus, they'll have speedy 4G networks to back up their high performance (whether or not AT&T's "4G" network is actually 4G or not is an entirely different subject). So, now that the benchmarks are out, are any of you sold on either of these new Motorola devices?