Also at the Motorola event, staff members were on hand to give us some play time with the Droid Bionic, the latest in the Verizon Droid series and one of the very first that will feature Verizon’s LTE 4G network.
That in and of itself is enough to be impressive, but let’s show off the pictures and specs and let you be impressed for yourself.
The Droid Bionic will offer a dual-core 1 GHz processor, 8 MP rear camera with VGA front camera, and 4.3″ qHD screen. It also uses a HDMI connection if you want to port videos to your TV and is using 4G. It will be available in the second quarter, and will most likely be one of the first Verizon 4G phones coming out of the gate.
All of the specs seem great, let’s hope that the phone itself raises the bar of expectations set by previous models that bore the same name. The brief tests I was able to do on the phone showed the phone’s speedy behaviors, and was very comfortable to fit in my hands.
So here are some pics from my hands-on experience with the Bionic.
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