Motorola Droid Bionic will hit the stores after Verizon.
Aside from its much-anticipated Android Honeycomb powered Xoom Tablet, Motorola also announced another device at Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Motorola Droid Bionic. This new Android-powered Motorola device will use the CDMA, as well as the LTE technology of Verizon Wireless.
Droid Bionic’s touchscreen display resolution is 540 x 960 pixels, and will run using 512 MB RAM and 2048 MB ROM. The biggest plus factor of this device is its processor, a dual-core 1 GHz. Motorola’s Droid Bionic will also sport two cameras, front (VGA) and rear (8 megapixel) facing to support video calling.
This device will be sold by Verizon Wireless exclusively, and will hit physical stores, as well as Verizon’s online store on the second quarter of this year. Surprisingly, this Android FroYo device will come after Verizon’s “heat months” (February, March, April) of selling Verizon.
According to latest credible reports, Verizon Wireless will start selling its CDMAiPhones next month. The biggest mystery until now is whether or not CDMA iPhone will also support the LTE network, which is obviously faster, and more efficient.
Looks like Verizon iPhone will have a lot of “internal” competitions. Aside from Motorola’s Droid Bionic, HTC’s Thunderbolt is also one of the highlights of Verizon Wireless’ first quarter bonanza. HTC Thunderbolt will also use Verizon’s LTE network.
Around The Web:
1. Hands-On With Motorola’s New Droid Bionic – Gadget Lab