Cracking Open the Motorola Droid Bionic: Box contents
Inside the Droid Bionic's box, you'll find the device itself (includes removable back panel, battery, and microSD card), USB cable, power adapter, and product documentation.
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I read the reviews about the bionic before I purchased it. I've waited for this phone since it was announced in Jan. Why is it that many people complain about smartphone battery life and search for solutions such as extended batteries). Why don't the phone case manufacturers (Otterbox, Incipio, etc) make protective) cases for use with extended batteries? To me that makes little since. One customer service representative from a case manufacturer told me that we don't get many requests for the cases. I told him maybe because you don't make them... Everyone I talk to complains about battery life on their smart phone. There are all kinds of devices made to recharge your phone so to me that means this is truly an issue. Maybe I need to start my own business making cases for any phone that has an extended battery.
I believe the B8064B2PB-8D-F has 1 GB of DRAM, not 8 GB as stated here (which would makes sense since the phone is advertised as having 1 GB of RAM)