Motorola Droid3 and Samsung Galaxy S2 are two of the hottest talk-about handsets nowadays. Many fans of each phone are yelling for its official coming. For that reason, curiosity pushes us to review and compare the two products.
We will compare these two phones as to their recorded benchmarks, possible performances and tiered data plans.
Apparently, for Motorola Droid3, its recorded benchmark had only hit under 2500, of which surpassed the minimum 2000 Quadrant benchmark. Although it got a passing rate, Droid Life has commented that this dual-core processor must have worked greater.
Meanwhile, Samsung Galaxy S2 is very impressive in each benchmark tests. The results show that from under 4,000 benchmarks it pulled off to over 4,500. Basically, from this category, Samsung Galaxy S2 is greater than the Droid 3.
As to performance:
Speaking of functionality and operational conditions of these phones, we cannot say anything yet because the real test of it will be operated by the users themselves.
As of this moment, we will have to wait and hear from the readers on their comments about the handsets that they have just pre-ordered. But we at PR believe that Galaxy S2 will still have the greater performance.
As to data plans:
For most of us, we have seen the tiered data plans of Motorola Droid3 to Verizon as a disadvantage because the handset will be tied up to one carrier.
We have no idea as to how long will it take to stick to the data plan, but this handset is expected to hit the market together with Galaxy S2 and other handsets on Big Red.