Spreadsheet comparing Verizon LTE phones
After the flurry of info pouring out of CES this past week about the upcoming Verizon LTE phones, I started a Google Docs spreadsheet to pull all of the specs together so I could compare them side-by-side to help me figure out which one I wanted to make my next phone. Then I realized that it might be helpful to others as well, so I prettied it up a bit and made the link publicly viewable.
Most of the information was gathered from the official press releases, official web site, and the articles by Android Central's intrepid reporters. I wanted to stick to the facts instead of reacting to every rumor.
The link is below. I hope you find it helpful. I will continue to update it as more information becomes available. Feel free to send me a PM if you've found sources for any of the missing information or if I made an error (gasp!). Enjoy!
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Of course, since these models are still pre-production, all of it is subject to change but I would be shocked if there were huge departures from what has already been released. I'll continue to update the spreadsheet as more definitive information becomes available, which is why I put it up on Google Docs instead of posting a snapshot. But I wouldn't consider it final until all four of these devices are available for purchase.My tech timeline: 1981 - First programmed. 1986 - First modem connection. 1993 - First Internet SLIP account. 2000 - First broadband connection. 2003 - First BlackBerry. 2011 - First Android.
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The guys that got to try the bionic (I'm looking at you Phil & Cory) how prevalent was Blur? I noticed the launcher wasn't the same as the X and certainly the ugly one found on hte Atrix. Is it just blur widgets? I was hoping for sense with dual core, but the Bionic is soo tempting, especially if blur is toned down.gtalk: Sethjk
- 01-11-2011, 01:45 PM #19
http://www.androidcentral.com/droid-x-specs which just shows b/g; however, your post prompted me to check Motorola's specs at DROID X by Motorola - Android phone - HD phone - Tech Specs - Motorola Mobility, Inc. USA which shows b/g/n. So I've updated the spreadsheet.
You said you found a lot of wrong data. Please let me know what the incorrect entries are so that I may fix them.My tech timeline: 1981 - First programmed. 1986 - First modem connection. 1993 - First Internet SLIP account. 2000 - First broadband connection. 2003 - First BlackBerry. 2011 - First Android.
- 01-11-2011, 02:04 PM #21
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Extremely useful. Thanks. The table at
Hands On With Motorola's Tegra 2 Devices: Atrix 4G, Droid Bionic, XOOM Tablet - AnandTech :: Your Source for Hardware Analysis and News
gives dimensions and weight for the Bionic. --magnes
- My tech timeline: 1981 - First programmed. 1986 - First modem connection. 1993 - First Internet SLIP account. 2000 - First broadband connection. 2003 - First BlackBerry. 2011 - First Android.
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