Verizon’s Guide Unveils Droid-Bionic’s Release Date
An equipment guide revealed that Motorola's Droid Bionic is due to hit the stores on September 8.
A couple of leaks last Wednesday confirmed that the Motorola Droid Bionic will be arriving on September 8. The much anticipated Android leader showed up in the carrier’s Equipment Guide for the date. It doesn’t have any direct fill mentions, leading Droid-Life to hint that Verizon is deliberately keeping it out of pre-orders — possibly to build up the launch day lines.
A follow-up from the same site both reinforced the date as well as giving several of features that are still unannounced. Droid Bionic is believed to have an Android 2.3.4 and Google Talk video chat over 4G. And even with 4G and a dual-core processor, it is said that this device’ battery life could last 10.8 hours.
Droid Bionic may cost as much as $300 on contract. Accessories for the said device will include battery-related packs and cases like wireless charging cover. These packs also have three-plus docks that include Lapdock, regular and HDMI desktop docks and an in-car mount.
The Droid Bionic has been one of Motorola’s longest-delayed phones ever, which made an appearance in January at CES only to be completely redesigned weeks later. Still, it kept up large amounts of attention since it will be the first dual-core 4G phone on Verizon. Both the network and its hardware partner are likely to be in a rush to get it out as soon as possible with an iPhone 5 due in a month.View Article Source »