Verizon’s Motorola Droid Bionic hits the FCC

Expected to be released by Verizon in about a month, the new Motorola Droid Bionic XT875 has just been spotted over at the FCC, which published not only external photos of it, but also its full User Manual.

Thanks to the Federal Commission, we now know for sure that the Bionic features a 4.3 inch qHD display (not a 4.5 inch one, as speculated), plus global-roaming capabilities (GSM 900, GSM 1800, and UMTS 2100) – in addition to LTE connectivity, of course. Other important features: Android 2.3 Gingerbread, 1GHz dual-core processor, 8MP rear camera with flash and 1080p video recording, and HDMI port.

We’ve yet to find out how much Verizon will ask for the Droid Bionic – I assume it won’t be less than $250 on contract. But let’s wait for Verizon’s official announcement, shall we?

Author: Florin

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  • Dave

    This article is a joke.  First, the phone was approved over a month ago by the FCC and second it has a 1ghz dual core processor, NOT a 1.2ghz that you erroneously posted for some reason.  These photo became available as of yesterday when the confidentiality agreement between Motorola and the FCC expired. 

  • Dave

    This article is a joke.  First, the phone was approved over a month ago by the FCC and second it has a 1ghz dual core processor, NOT a 1.2ghz that you erroneously posted for some reason.  These photo became available as of yesterday when the confidentiality agreement between Motorola and the FCC expired. 

  • Anonymous

    Actually the Bionic does have a dual 1.2 ghz processor

  • Dave

    In the FCC docs referenced above it clearly states a 1ghz dual core processor. 

  • Dave

    In the FCC docs referenced above it clearly states a 1ghz dual core processor. 

  • Phil

    The pics & specs above also don’t depict the front facing camera.  I guess we’ll just have wait till it hits the stores to know for sure what the real specs are.