This is it, folks! The time has come: Motorola’s long-expected Droid Bionic is now available in Verizon stores. The poor device suffered through countless delays and a complete design overhaul as it watched its LTE brethren get launched in the meantime. But today, September 8th, is the day if you’ve been holding out to get your hands on one. You can now head on over to the Verizon’s latest 4G wonder.
With that, let’s have eyes some of the features. The Droid Bionic will be a 4G LTE handset running Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread, powered by a dual-core 1GHz process and sporting a 4.3 inch qHD 960×540 pixel screen, and an 8-megapixel camera as well as a 2-megapixel front cam for video chats. Other goodies include;
- 1 Gigabyte of DDR2 Ram (up from 512MB at the original announcement)
- 16GB of internal storage, plus a 16GB microSD card pre-installed
- Verizon 4G/LTE Support
- Mirror Mode with HDMI out (HDMI cable required) supporting 1080p HD video playback
- Adobe Flash pre-loaded
- HTML 5 capable
- 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot (Up to 5 devices)
- 802.11n b/g/n
- 1735mAh battery
- Bluetooth v2.1+ EDR
Lastly, in terms of the Webtop application, this is said to be able to allow users to “beam a full-featured Firefox Web browser 4.0, email or documents to a TV or monitor including the Lapdock which features a keyboard, trackpad and 11.6 inch display.
The DROID Bionic is available for $299 with a two-year contract or $589.99 if you’re not the contract-signing type.
Grabbing one? If so — let us know in the comments.