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Verizon will ship in the Droid Bionic on September 8 with a $300 price tag.
The Motorola Droid Bionic might become very expensive when Verizon ship it in. A leaked internal note has the minimum advertised price of $300 on contract, or as much as the Droid Charge. Android Central’s copy also penned in a release date which is on September 8.
The pricing made it the most expensive phone in history of Verizon, and could put it out of contention when it goes head to head with the iPhone 5 — which is said to be release a few weeks later. Apple might start off the iPhone 5 along with a $199 price tag. Motorola, like others, may need to charge a premium for first generation LTE hardware. How much of that pricing is Verizon’s versus Motorola’s is still unclear.
The Droid Bionic’s new version will be the Verizon’s first dual-core 4G phone, and it will also be the first Verizon phone that will have a TI OMAP processor instead of the usual Tegra 2. It also features a 4.3 inch 540×960 screen that might make it one of the visually richer models. It might be on par in cameras with 8 megapixels at the back as well, and at least a VGA resolution camera at the front.View Article Source »
Motorola Droid Bionic appeared in FCC, indicating that will have a GSM roaming.
Motorola’s new Droid Bionic was revealed this weekend in a newly published FCC filing. The user manual displays a “global phone” section, stating that the Android 2.3 device has a GSM hardware for world roaming. If these details are true, then it will be Verizon’s first LTE-based phone with voice outside of the US.
A view of the leak also confirmed the rumors that the new Bionic is the Targa.Read the rest of the article »
CyanogenMod-6.0 is hitting the mirrors right now! This first stable release based on Android 2.2 gets their target list of devices. Be amazed at what this project has become and the community that has developed around it. It’s only just getting started.
If you are one of the many owners of a Froyo-based Android phone, then you might want to check out Cyanogen’s version 6.0. This unbeatable combination of Froyo and Cyanogen is the first ROM management system that is fully based on the mobile platform. It can increase your device’s speed and battery life insanely, plus more perks for your Android phone. So if you’re using Nexus One, Aria, Dream/Magic, Galaxy S phones, Droid and Droid Incredible, Slide, Hero, Evo and Desire, head over to the CyanogenMod Forum and get their latest software for free.View Article Source »
Based on the latest statistics, Google Android OS takes the lead over Apple iOS.
Looks like Apple has something to say. According to the newest data from Nielsen, smartphones running Google’s Android OS smashed down Apple’s iOS on the first 6 months of 2010 by 27% and 23% for Apple. These are merely from US market alone. Series of data from NPD showed the same results when Android claimed 28% of smartphone sales, while Apple’s iPhone got only 21%.
With all fairness to Apple’s iPhone 4, it was released last week of July, it might be closer to Android if it was released earlier.Read the rest of the article »
Motorolla Droid X is on for a face-to-face battle with iPhone.
Hey iPhone, who’s the hottie now? While Apple gives freebies for antenna problems, Motorolla Droid X shoots them single handed.
Pretty good for a cat fight, Droid X is kind of doing a multi-tasking ad campaign to smash Apple. Its new ad campaign says:Read the rest of the article »
Motorola will be launching Droid 2 next month, but the excitement and expectations that go along with leaked phone shots and user guide are already off and running. Well, we also cannot wait to see.
Froyo-powered smartphone Droid 2 is yet to hit display stands but we already know that it looks similar with the original Droid and runs the same skin as the Droid X’s. Leaked shots and user guide, although we do not expect them to come in high quality, give away much needed information we will not otherwise know until the phone’s official release. The leaked manual confirms that Droid X’s cousin features pre-installed Swype and multitouch capability in its soft keyboard. As these leaks have preceded the release of the phone that is presumed to be the iPhone’s upcoming tough rival, we can suppose that the final product may come out a tad bit different than what we get from the documentation. What we are surely expecting is for Verizon to launch it soon this August.View Article Source »
There is a MeeGo on the screen, not the Droid we'd been wishing for, but the reason behind is that the kit can actually switch between operating systems by just swapping your MicroSD card.
Upon meeting the Finnish startup of Aava Mobile, we recognized the same paradigm phone. Surprisingly it dropped a brand new device alongside to show us how their Moorestown-based goals have grown. This is the Virta 2 design that will be given to the developers very very soon, same hardware with different twists. There is a MeeGo on the screen, not the Droid we’d been wishing for, but the reason behind is that the kit can actually switch between operating systems by just swapping your MicroSD card.Read the rest of the article »
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