Motorola Droid Bionic Announced; Features 4G and A qHD Display
By on January 5th, 2011

Motorola just announced its first LTE phone for the Verizon network the Droid Bionic. The Bionic is one powerful superphone’ with a 4.3-inch qHD display sporting a resolution of 960×540. The phone has a dual-core processor (Nvidia Tegra 2, perhaps?) and packs in 1GB of RAM. The back of the phone sports an 8MP camera while the front features a VGA camera for all your video calling needs.

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The handset also supports 4G, which is up to 10x times faster than 3G. The handset features a mini-HDMI jack so that users can hook the phone on to their HDTV display and enjoy full HD content.

DROID BIONIC is the epitome of speed, providing consumers with instantaneous access to their personal and work content, anytime and anyplace,said Alain Mutricy, senior vice president of portfolio and device product management, Motorola Mobility.   By combining such a powerful mobile device with the performance and capabilities of Verizon’s 4G LTE network, we’re empowering consumers to define how they want to live their mobile lifestyles.

The Bionic also has a Mirror Mode’ which allows users to simultaneously stream video to their HDTVs and watch it on their handset. Sadly, the Droid Bionic will run on Android 2.2 Froyo when released. The Motorola Droid Bionic also packs in support for corporate email, remote wipe and data encryption and other security features which corporate users will cherish.

The phone also features the usual Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth, GPS and a 3.5mm jack. The phone is powered by a beastly 1930 mAh battery.

The Droid Bionic does look like a very impressive superphone. However, Motorola did not announce the release date or the pricing of the device.

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  • Tristan Thomas

    Okay, while these Motorola products get me SUPER EXCITED, I simply cannot allow myself to buy them. I read this article that claims Motorola supports illegal activities and war crimes and I dont want to support a company that supports that kind of thing.

    You can check out the video here: http://getyourgadgetsgoing.com/2011/01/05/motorola-supports-war-crimes-will-you-support-themvideo/

  • Steven Colon

    whats bad about android 2.2? as long as it has the android OS its a plus for me

  • J-Bles

    Android 2.2 is fine! I saw a video on it at the Las Vegas unveiling and it will be upgradable to Honeycomb… whether or not you have to install it yourself has yet to be said but it definitely has the power to handle the system. This phone is a game changer… it jumps the gun on the new iPhone coming out in July which will also tote a dual-core… Most likely made by intel. The next wave of smart phones will all have dual cores… Hopefully soon they will have a phone out that will get me a beer outta the fridge. Thats my ultimate app right there!

 
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