We have talked about the Motorola Droid Bionic on more than a few occasions over the last several months. The smartphone turned up back during CES and then saw delays. The first of the delays was in April with Motorola saying they were tweaking a few things ahead of launch. Apparently, they received some feedback at CES that wasn’t too good.
I am glad they postponed the launch rather than making a smartphone that they knew had issues and tossing it out onto the market anyway. The smartphone passed the FCC last Friday and the most notable thing about the required approvals for the device is that it has LTE 4G radios onboard. The LTE use would imply that the Bionic is heading to Verizon.
The smartphone is expected to have a dual-core processor under the hood and a giant 4.5-inch qHD display. If the smartphone lands using the OMAP 4 dual core the Droid 3 will use, it may well be the best phone on the Verizon network.
[via Android community]