About 24 hours ago, we reported that the LTE-capable Droid Bionic disappeared from Motorola’s official website.
I assumed Moto removed the handset not only to add features to it, but also because it wants to change its design – and it turns out I was right.
Motorola has just updated the initial Droid Bionic fact sheet (released back in January), and now this reads:
Motorola’s DROID BIONIC LTE smartphone, first announced at this year’s International Consumer Electronics Show, will launch this summer with Verizon Wireless. Based on compelling feedback since the show, we are incorporating several enhancements to make this an even better consumer experience. This includes expanded features, functionality and an improved form factor. Motorola Mobility and Verizon Wireless are very excited about bringing the ‘new’ DROID BIONIC to market.
What exactly “an improved form factor” means is anyone’s guess. But it does sound promising, isn’t it? We’ll bring more details on this as soon as new info becomes available.
The Droid Bionic isn’t Verizon’s only 4G smartphone that got delayed. The Samsung Droid Charge had the same fate: it was supposed to be launched today, but it didn’t happen (most likely, Samsung’s Droid will be out sometime next week).
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