Results for "motorola-droid-bionic"

DROID BIONIC Revealed in Full Hardware Photos [UPDATE: Videos Too!]

DROID BIONIC Revealed in Full Hardware Photos [UPDATE: Videos Too!]

The mobile world has been waiting for a device which combines a dual-core processor with the speed of Verizon's 4G LTE network since CES this past January. It was at this Consumer Electronics Show that the DROID Bionic was originally revealed, a device which combined an unnamed dual-core processor with the ability to run at what Verizon was then noting was up to 10 times faster than 3G with their 4G LTE network. What we've got now is a mobile environment where LTE has been worked into three Android smartphones, dual-core processors are in more than five smartphones, but there's still no combination of the two - by the looks of the photos in this post, that's about to change very soon.

Continue Reading

Official Droid Bionic pics leaked by Amazon with docking accessories

Official Droid Bionic pics leaked by Amazon with docking accessories

The Droid Bionic will be making its way to Verizon at some point and it should be one of the more powerful smartphones on the carrier. We talked this week about the landing page that was making rounds online showing what was supposed to be photos and a price on the smartphone. That product page turned out to be fake. Today we see some new pics of the Droid Bionic hit Amazon.

Continue Reading

The Daily Slash: July 12, 2011

The Daily Slash: July 12, 2011

Boy have we got some tidbits for you today. More TouchPad posts than you can shake a stick at, T-Mobile's expanding their 4G network and their stranglehold on the Android world with a sweetest phone ever award being given to its new myTouch 4G Slide, and wouldn't you know it, we've got some Apple news! So just sit back and kick it while we hook you up with a couple ah links that'll have you reading all night long, and all day long, and all the livelong afternoon long.

Continue Reading

DROID BIONIC Signup Page Live at Verizon

DROID BIONIC Signup Page Live at Verizon

One of the most widely anticipated Android devices inside 2011 has been this lovely little animal right here, the DROID BIONIC. This will be the first Verizon 4G LTE device to be running a dual-core processor and it'll be "coming this summer" after months of delays and a near-cancellation. We've got a whole stack of newest possibly specs for this device below right below the signup page for you. Check it!

Continue Reading

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: July 12, 2011

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: July 12, 2011

Welcome to the dip! It's that time of year again where there's not that much basic tech news, but the news that DOES come out is a full plate of whoppers! What we've got for you today is no less than some Google+ stuff (that stuff is like gold!) and some unboxings and a full review of the myTouch 4G Slide courtesy of our good friends at Android Community! Can you even stand the wait? You're gonna have to, because this train continues below the cut!

Continue Reading

SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video – July 10, 2011

SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video – July 10, 2011

Battle of the social networks kicked off this week with Facebook announcing group chat support, a new design, and a video calling feature developed in partnership with Skype. However, the Google+ Hangouts group video chat feature still has Facebook beat although we won't know how real adoption of Google's social platform will be until it opens to the public sometime around July 31st. Continue after the cut for the full weekly roundup video and list.

Continue Reading

Motorola Droid Bionic Redesign Confirmed In Best Buy Leak

Motorola Droid Bionic Redesign Confirmed In Best Buy Leak

The Motorola Droid Bionic has been taking its time to launch. First announced at CES, the smartphone has since been delayed over the last six months to incorporate some new enhancements. It's been speculated that the enhancements should include both boosted internal specs as well as a new form factor. Today, a leaked Best Buy ad confirms that the Droid Bionic has indeed been redesigned with a new look.

Continue Reading

1 2 3