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Droid Bionic becomes an extra limb

The Droid Bionic.

Anywhere I go, I have my phone in my hand. It is my lifeline. I get my e-mail, phone calls and even my work calls get forwarded there occasionally. But it’s more than that, it’s my camera, my phone book and even my grocery shopping list. So what phone will give you all the options and all the power you need? The Droid Bionic, which really can act like another limb, or another part of your brain.

Just like other Android phones, the Droid Bionic logs into your Google account easily, allowing you to grab your e-mail, calendar and contacts that you have already put online. The constant syncing means that you can get all of your up-to-date information from your computer or your phone and make changes on the go.

The Droid Bionic is fast. A 4G phone running on the Verizon Wireless network, the phone flies around the net through the built0in web browser. It also gives users the ability to use Skype, post pictures and video on the fly to sites like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Flickr. Not to mention the fast speed combined with YouTube means constant entertainment for my kids, and sometime me! Stream music, play games and use the built-in GPS navigation as you move about town.

And go ahead, load it up with all of your apps. The phone can handle it. I filled it up with grocery shopping and coupon apps and never noticed any lag time when moving from app to app, or on the download.

The phone captures stunning 8 mp pictures and HD movies, for all those moments that happen on the go.

The Droid Bionic is the full package. If you are looking for a phone to manage your life, this one will certainly make the grade.

Here are the specs:

  • Powered by Android™ 2.3.4 Gingerbread
  • Dual-core 1 GHz processor and 1 GB of RAM
  • 4.3-inch qHD screen using scratch-resistant Corning® Gorilla® Glass with dual-layer anti-reflective coating
  • 8-megapixel autofocus camera with flash and 1080p HD video capture
  • Front-facing camera for video chat over 4G LTE, 3G or Wi-Fi
  • MOTOPRINT app to print via Wi-Fi-enabled printers
  • Mirror Mode with HDMI out (HDMI cable required) supporting 1080p HD video playback
  • Multi-window options for multitasking with ease when using the Webtop application
  • Business ready with advanced security policies; resizable and scrollable email, calendar and task widgets; device and SD card encryption; and Citrix® GotoMeeting® and Citrix Receiver™ for Android Adobe® Flash® pre-loaded HTML 5 capable
  • 32 GB memory: 16 GB on board and 16 GB microSD™ card pre-installed (actual formatted capacity is less)
  • Support for up to 32 GB microSD cards
  • Supports wireless charger

Droid Bionic by Motorola will be available in Verizon Wireless Communication Stores and online at on Sept. 8 for $299.99 with a new two-year customer agreement. Customers will need to subscribe to a Verizon Wireless Nationwide Talk plan beginning at $39.99 for 450 minutes per month and a smartphone data package starting at $30 monthly access for 2 GB of data. Verizon Wireless Mobile Hotspot data plans are available beginning at $30 for 2 GB. For a limited time, customers who purchase a Lapdock with the Droid Bionic can receive a $100 mail-in rebate when subscribing to a $50, 5 GB data plan or higher.

And now the fine print: Verizon Wireless provided me with a demo unit of the Motorola Droid Bionic. The words and opinions written here are my own.




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  1. What app do you use for your grocery list?? I am looking for one that my husband and I can share on our phones.

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