Until we find out its official launch date, you might want to know that the Bionic has been spotted in a leaked Best Buy promo material, which lets us take a peek at what the handset looks like.
You probably remember that Motorola and Verizon decided to postpone the introduction of the Bionic in order to refresh its design, and add some enhanced features. Well, the new design makes the smartphone seem a keyboardless Droid 3 – and that isn’t a bat thing.
The Best Buy document (published by This Is My Next) reconfirms that the Moto Droid Bionic will come with LTE connectivity, a dual-core processor, two cameras, and HDMI-out. We still don’t know for sure if Android 2.3 Gingerbread is going to be on-board. But it probably will, since it makes little sense for Verizon to launch a handset with 2.2 Froyo in August.
In case no surprises appear, the Droid Bionic will be Verizon’s fourth 4G smartphone, after the HTC Thunderbolt, the Samsung Droid Charge, and the LG Revolution.
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