Motorola’s Droid Bionic Will indeed see the light of day
Remember the amazing array of devices Motorola showcased at CES earlier this year? Well a bit of a refresher in case you missed it. Motorola introduced their new Atrix 4G, the Xoom tablet and the Bionic. Since these announcements, the Atrix and Xoom have taken to the streets and are available to the masses. What has those interested though is the Bionic. The Droid Bionic was the sleeper of the bunch and is still on its way – but where is it Motorola?
Earlier this month there were some rumors floating around that the Bionic was to be scrapped from Motorola’s future entirely. While these rumors proved to be untrue it seems that a Bionic delay is indeed underway. The original expectancy of the Droid Bionic was set for mid April, as you can tell has not happened. Details of the Bionic earlier this week which put the rumors of cancelation out to dry. Motorola spokes person stated “Based on compelling feedback since the show, we are incorporating several enhancements to make this an even better consumer experience,” By show they mean CES. Detail of the ‘enhancements’ seem to be a bit more of a redesign as the statement issued by Motorola goes on to state the enhanced Bionic will not only expand features and functionality but will improve upon form factor. Hopefully, you were not to attached to the Bionics original form as it will most likely look a bit different come launch time. The latest tweet out of @Motorola states that the Droid Bionic will be made available at some point this summer through Verizon. It’s good to know that the juicy goodness of this 4G powerhouse of a phone is not getting scrapped and is actually getting improved up before release.
In case you’re un-aware of the sheer power of the Bionic, let me refresh your memory. However keep in mind these details could very well be changed before the official release of the Bionic, but the majority of these details will most likely stay the same. The Motorola Droid Bionic uses Verizon’s super fast LTE network to establish amazing 4G speeds to and from the phone. The Bionic sports an amazingly nice qHD screen that measures in at 4.3 inches and has a pixel resolution of 540×960. With the new Droid Bionic you get the power of a 1GHz dual core processor (rumored to be improved) coupled with 512 of DDR2 RAM. Motorola could have stopped there, but they added in an 8 megapixel camera that can record video in 720p HD. The Bionic also sports a front facing VGA camera for video conferencing. Originally the Droid Bionic was set to release with Android 2.2 or Froyo, however something tells me the refresh may include Gingerbread.
Interested in the future of the Droid Bionic powerhouse? I know I ‘am. Let us know what you think of the Bionic what you think will be refreshed in its ‘enhancements’.Bionic, Motorola Droid Bionic, Droid Bionic, droid, Delays