Overclocked HTC Thunderbolt Or Dual-Core Motorola Droid Bionic?
Since the HTC Thunderbolt was released last month, it became the top Android handset available probably on Verizon. But the Motorola Droid Bionic will give the HTC handset a run for its money when it becomes available. And why did I say so? Well, the upcoming Motorola Droid Bionic has 512 MB RAM with dual-core processor and a 4G-liked power. Its speed is faster than 3G. It also has a front and rear facing 8MP webcam on a large 4.3 inch display.
However, if we come into a deeper look with HTC thunderbolt, both handsets have similar sizes screens, and 4G LTE capability, but the Bionic has a dual-core 1GHz chip, whereas the Thunderbolt is single core, yet it is getting overclocked to 1.8 GHz. Via Derek Rodriguez’s Twitter page he says that the Thunderbolt remains stable despite the 2GHz CPU speed, and he is working on ways to improve it even further. You will need to root your HTC handset to use this kernel when it is released. But it is better than waiting to find out when the Droid Bionic will get an official release date.
Of course the Thunderbolt running at 2GHz is still not as good as the dual-core Motorola Droid Bionic. The downside is that it is not yet available in the market. So, if you badly needed a phone right now, you don’t have any other choice but to choose the single-cored processor phone. Read more on this here.
Are you waiting for the Motorola Droid Bionic?