For a few months now, I’ve been reading up about Verizon’s new phone, the Droid Bionic. I was eager to learn more ever since I heard about it earlier this year. I think that they did a great job of getting attention for the Droid Bionic. I saw so many commercials advertising that it was coming and also a lot of hype on Twitter. As soon as I found out that I would be getting my hands on a Motorola Droid Bionic, thanks to the Verizon Midwest Moms program, I was thrilled!
It even came in a really cool box!
Once I got it turned on, I dove into exploring the phone! I found this great Beginner’s Guide to the Droid Bionic, but I like to explore a new gadget myself to see what I can learn.
The first thing I wanted to do was get all of my contacts into my phone. If you want to transfer your contacts using a USB, then you can check out this great step by step guide. The first thing I did though was connect it to Facebook. All of my friends that have their phone numbers connected to Facebook were then put into my contacts on my Droid Bionic. I loved how easy it was!
I was then able to connect my personal email account, my blog email account, Twitter and Facebook. I love that whenever someone mentions me on Twitter, I get a message on Facebook or even just an email, my phone notifies me and I can easily “slide” down the screen to choose what notification I want to look at.
I’ve started exploring the Andoid Marketplace and discovering what some of my favorite apps are. I’d love to hear what your favorite app is so I can download it to the Bionic!
Right now, I’m loving the large screen of the phone. The Droid Bionic has a 8MP camera. I love bringing the phone with me to take pictures.
I’m also loving the fast 4G speed of Verizon! I have an upcoming post where I compare it to another phone carrier (Hint: They don’t even come CLOSE to being as fast as Verizon!)
I’d love to hear your thoughts and questions on the Droid Bionic! I’ll definitely be sharing more!
Disclosure: I received Verizon products as part of the Verizon Midwest Moms program. All thought and opinions are my own.