Motorola Droid Bionic won’t be arriving until September. These words came out straight from Motorola CEO. And, most of the folks are not really waiting for it. But, that doesn’t mean the information surrounding the Motorola Droid Bionic is going to stop. Obviously, this handset has been teasing us (1), (2) since its debut at CES back in January. Many images of the Motorola Droid Bionic have leaked since yesterday, showing the purported images of the redesign of the handset, giving us a much better look at every angle of the handset, including the front bezel. But, the exact specific specs that changed have been a mystery for the past few months. Till the moment, we are not sure about the exact screen size of the handset, but the newly leaked gallery has confirmed the 4.5-inch screen rather than the 4.3-inch screen, that we’ve been assuming for a while.
The 4G logo has got different positions on the back side of the handset in various images. The Motorola Droid Bionic is supposed to be launched with the latest Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread version of Android OS, running beneath the same version of MotoBlur found on the Droid 3. This new Bionic features an 8-megapixel flash-equipped camera with 1080p video capture support. September 8th could be the launch date for this handset. According to a previous leak, Droid Bionic will be priced at $299.99 on-contract. Here are the images, showing Droid Bionic that we could likely see when it lands next month.
[Source: Droid-Life(1), (2)]