Motorola Droid BIONIC Given Hands-on Treatment, Unboxing, Benchmarks, and more in bworly65 Videos

September 3, 2011
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It appears that at least one Android superfan has gotten his hands on one of the next big magnificent pieces of Google mobile operating system, the Motorola Droid BIONIC. This device is set to be the first dual-core smartphone on the market with Verizon's 4G LTE connectivity. Today what we're seeing is a fellow going by codename bworly65 filming every little hands-on video you could ever hope for.

We know a lot about the device that's set to go head to head with the iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy S II, including that it will more than likely do so very soon - soon as in September 8th soon, that it'll be released for non-contract retail of $589 USD (likely $199 on a 2-year contract), and that you can win one on the ARena Augmented Reality DROID DOES scavenger hunt, amongst many more factoids of course.

Below you'll find a series of videos filmed OF and WITH the Droid BIONIC. These videos were filmed by a fellow that's somehow gotten his hands on a device earlier than basically everyone else on earth - lucky him! Enjoy to the fullest!

Unboxing and Apps Overview

Boot Screen, Lock Screen, Speed Test

Another Speed Test

CF Bench Benchmarking App

Settings and Quadrant Benchmarking App

LTE web-based video playback

Another Quadrant Benchmark

Live Wallpapers, Camera App, NFL Mobile App and video playback

1080p Video filmed WITH Droid BIONIC Inside Room

1080p Video filmed WITH Droid BIONIC Outside Overcast

1080p Video filmed WITH Droid BIONIC Outside Partly Cloudy

We're sure to be seeing this device up close and personal before too long ourselves, can't wait! And on that note, let us know what you'd like to see so we can continue to give you the best Android device reviews on earth!


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  • Anonymous

    Gotta Love It!!!! Alright PhoneDog!!

  • Flippindewd

    Didn’t the battery seem to die fast?  Or is it b/c it is like it’s first use or something?

  • http://www.resg.info Anton Stetner

    just let me touch it, jeeze I have waited 7 months.  LOL

  • Dmitriy Kostyuchenko

    Where does the $199 on contract price come from? Is it based on any particular rumors, or is it just an assumption? Because the assumptions I’ve heard up to this point are $299 on contract.

  • Dmitriy Kostyuchenko

    Where does the $199 on contract price come from? Is it based on any particular rumors, or is it just an assumption? Because the assumptions I’ve heard up to this point are $299 on contract.

  • Griw2

    videos aren’t working………

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=790625031 Russell Dubov

    I have to admit i am kinda feeling Motorola’s skin on the bionic. I like what they have done with the lock screen as well as the effect they added when you move widgets and change screens. But in the end, this product should have came out months ago, the specs are about 2 months from being last generation. I still think this phone will sell decently well, i have lots of friends on Verizon that have been waiting to upgrade for months and will surely jump on the bionic when it comes out

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  • Anonymous

    I already bought the photon from best buy with there buyback option anytime within 2 years they’ll buy the phone off me for $350 & by that time my sprint upgrade would be in effect & I’ll get the latest phone. Motorola is making some of the best phones & there reception is second to none along with the sGPS they’re using.I get gps so exact that in less than half a second I’m connected to 8 satellites, not just detect but actually connected to them & the accuracy is tested by how low the number of feet it’s able to spot you, the accuracy is on moto’s photon is zero! Same hardware & antennas, different gpu but they will be the top.I wonder how the gs2′s reception will be.