Motorola’s Droid Bionic Receives Cut-Price, Where?

Since its arrival three weeks ago, Motorola’s new Droid Bionic has received a mixed bag of reaction. Reported to be one of the best smartphones to come out of this year, the 4G LTE device has been compared to others such as the Samsung Galaxy S II and just recently the new HTC Raider. Its had its internals torn out, benchmark speed tests, review roundup from the experts, we’ve asked our readers what their first impressions of the phone are and so on.

Today for those of you who may still be debating over what smartphone to choose, (let’s face it there’s a massive choice and Apple’s iPhone 5 is just around the corner), the Motorola Droid Bionic has received a price drop from one online retailer. Bring on Amazon Wireless. Initially released with a tag of $179.99 on a two-year contract, the Bionic is now retailing for $149.99.

As Slashgear reported, to entice customers further, Amazon are also giving customers a $50 gift card allowing the smartphone to be purchased for a mere $100, surely that’s enough to get you chomping at the bit!

In terms of specifications, the Motorola Droid Bionic which took nearly 10 months to arrive is wowing us with its 4.3-inch display, Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS, 1GHz dual-core processor, 4G connectivity, 16GB of storage, 16GB microSD card, WiFi and Bluetooth along with the added benefit of being able to sift through some accessories that may take your liking.

On the whole most of you are pleased with your purchase, but unfortunately one slight teething problem that we keep hearing about, is that of its battery life, this is something that Motorola are looking to rectify. If you click here, you will be able to see what some of our readers think about the new Motorola. Some have commented on the phone’s battery being disappointing, whilst others have targeted the device’s display as being a little on the bland side.

Before we leave you to decide on this latest deal, we just wanted to remind you of some of Motorola’s other smartphones that have released or are in the pipeline. Check out the new Photon 4G, Waterproof Defy+ and Droid HD.

Give us your thoughts on the new Motorola Droid Bionic? Will you be picking one of these up at Amazon?