The Motorola Droid Bionic Redesign surfaces showing off a qHD display and more
The Driod Bionic makes its reentry into the rumor mill, with a whole new redesign. You may remember the highlights of CES 2010 including some really nice new Motorola devices. The world was introduced to the ever popular Xoom tablet and the re-thought mobile experience with the unique Motorola Atrix. However, the other show stopper was the dual core 4G Motorola Droid Bionic which since has fallen off the face of the earth. Shortly after the semi official announcement, the Droid Bionic was rumored to be cancelled the confirmed delayed citing issues with its 4G LTE connectivity. New leaks are surfacing on the interwebs today giving the world the first glimpse at its redesign; let’s take a look shall we.
The Motorola Droid Bionic has gotten a slight redesign and seems to be a bit more square around the edges as opposed to its initial more round design. Simply put, the redesigned Droid Bionic seems to be very similar to the leaky Droid 3 and even a bit like the Droid 2. But enough with the comparisons, this is the Droid Bionic. The new leaks confirm the device is using a 4.5 inch qHD display and will be running the latest Android operating system version 2.3.4. The pictures also show off a bit of the devices user interface and exposes new 3D home screens which are a welcome addition to the MotoBlur skinning. These new pictures surely provide hope to anyone waiting on the Bionic to update their mobile lives and with summer right around the corner and Verizon’s LTE in full swing the launch of the Bionic is surely right around the corner. The leaky pictures of the Droid Bionic also show it sporting Webtop functionality with WebTop version 1.3 installed and ready to go. So the only mystery left is when will we get to see this little monster.
While the design of the Droid Bionic may be a bit big for most tastes, the power in which this Bionic will pack can surely make anyone forget about the size. So the leaks of the redesign have hit the airwaves, let’s take bets on launch, I say July. Let us know what you think of the newly designed Droid Bionic from Motorola.Delays, motorola, launch, Bionic, LTE