We all have come across a wide range of smartphones and even though we might think we are certain about buying a specific smartphone, things change when we come across different sorts of outclass phones. This article will help addressing your confusions by comparing four different phones; Droid Bionic by Motorola, Atrix 4G by Motorola, Galaxy S by Samsung and Motorola Photon.
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Droid Bionic by Motorola runs on Android 2.3 and while running on 4G LTE, the phone gives a 5-12 Mbps downloading speed and 2-5 Mbps uploading speed. The phone has a dual-core processor running on 1 GHz. The phone’s display is 4.3’’ qHD that boasts a 960X540 resolution. On the same hand, Atrix by Motorola runs on Android 2.3 again and on HSPA+, downloading speed on the phone is 2-7 mbps and uploading speed is ~2 Mbps. This phone also runs on Dual-core processor on 1 GHz.
The size of the screen of Atrix is 4.0’’ qHD boasting the same resolution, (960X540). Galaxy S by Samsung however runs on Android 2.2 and does not has a dual-core processor. The 1 GHz phone has a 4’’ display that boasts an 800X480 resolution and lastly, Motorola Photon runs on Android 2.3 again, has a dual core processor powered by 1 GHz and a 4.3 inch qHD display boasting a resolution of 960X540. It seems that all the phones by Motorola have the same display/processor/resolution and operating system while Samsung seems to be lagging behind in these regards.
Moreover, out of the four phones, Motorola Atrix does not have a front-facing VGA quality camera but others do. Samsung Galaxy S rear facing camera is 5 MP, capable of recording videos in HD mode but there is no flash. Droid Bionic on the other hand has an 8 MP camera and is capable of recording videos in 1080p resolution and there is also an LED flash. Atrix seems to be lagging behind in this regard as it has a 5 megapixel camera but is not capable of recording videos in HD mode. Lastly, Photon has an 8 megapixel camera and videos can be recorded in 720p mode. In terms of camera/video recording, Droid Bionic has taken the clear lead.
All phones come with 16 GB on board memory with the exception of Droid Bionic which is a 14GB memory but memory card up to 32GB can be inserted in all the phones. All four phones have a virtual QWERTY keyboard and support Voice & Data simultaneously. With different interfaces, all phones come in support of Mobile Hotspot but the number of devices supported by each phone differs. Lastly, without the exception of Droid Bionic by Motorola, none of the other phones come pre-installed by ZumoCast.
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