Not long ago, Motorola reassured us that Verizon’s Droid Bionic would be released “this summer.” Now it looks like we may have finally got hold of its exact launch date.
The bad news is that the alleged date is exactly one month from now: August 4 – that’s according to a leaked screenshot unveiled by Android Central.
The Droid Bionic was initially announced by Motorola back in January, and its release has been delayed because Moto wanted to enhance its design, and add some features (including Android 2.3 Gingerbread).
There’s still no info on the price of the Bionic, but it will probably not be under $250 (on contract), since we’re talking about an LTE smartphone here.
The leaked screenshot also makes reference to the Motorola Droid 3 which, as reported earlier, will be available in stores starting July 14. The LG Cosmos II and Samsung Convoy II also make an appearance – two unannounced phones that should, of course, come as successors to the original Cosmos and Convoy (which aren’t smartphones, so I guess the new models aren’t either).
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