This is a discussion on Samsung infuse vs Motorola Atrix within the Samsung Infuse 4G forums, part of the Samsung Android Phones category; Originally Posted by spectre51 Motorola is quicker with updates then samsung. How baby samsung phones in the usa gave gotten froyo? How many motorola? Sent ...
Sorry, but installing custom ROMs on phones does not count. Also, Motorola seems to be getting quicker about upgrading their Motoblur phones. Personally I suspect that the delays with the Cliq/Backflip/CliqXT were more to do with hardware/drivers than with Motoblur itself.
Anyway, I know I'm in the minority but I actually like Motoblur, though since I'm using a Backflip still I do know it uses a lot of resources, but on some of these new phones? I doubt it's very noticeable that its running.
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Good point but samsung is a global corporation and since Europe and canada have their upgrade that kind of proves my point. Peace.
I know you may think I hate Motorola but I did not write this article. Think before you invest in Motorola.
It's the question many of us are asking --will Motorola's upcoming phones have locked bootloaders? Based on Motorola's previous stance on the issue we all expected the answer to be yes, but there's no harm in asking again, right? New hardware (the Droid Bionic and Atrix 4G use a different CPU, that doesn't carry the e-Fuse technology) could mean a new protection scheme, and people are curious. Someone got a bit curious in the comments of Motorola's YouTube video showcasing the Smart docks for the Atrix 4G and got hit with a stunner of a reply by a Motorola employee, and I quote: @tdcrooks if you want to do custom roms, then buy elsewhere, we'll continue with our strategy that is working thanks. Sounds like good advice to me, so I'll certainly be buying elsewhere. Lock the phones up if you want to Motorola, but I think that money might be better spent training your PR folks how to field questions. It wasn't too long ago that most people were "buying elsewhere", and with that sort of attitude history could start to repeat itself. [YouTube via Android Central forums] Update: As many have already seen and commented, Motorola has cleansed the comments