Thursday, January 6, 2011

Motorola Announces Bionic LTE Android Smartphone for Verizon

Verizon Wireless and Motorola Mobility have unveiled DROID BIONIC, a powerful new Android smartphone. The phone, the Droid Bionic, is a largish black Android-powered smartphone that sports dual processors and a beautiful 4.3 inch HD display. The device has mirror mode which lets you plug it into a suitable HDTV and have the same 1080p picture show up on both handset and TV screens. DROID BIONIC also features productivity tools such as Quickoffice® for document review and editing, full calendar management, one-click access to conference calling, and a full suite of Google applications and services.

Featuring a a super fast, dual-core processor with up to 2GHz of total processing power, the BIONIC will offer users a quick and smooth user experience when navigating through its Android 2.2 operating system’s screens. The device supports Verizon Wireless’ new 4G LTE network for data throughput speeds that are expected to be up to 10x faster than Verizon’s current 3G network. This means consumers can stream their favorite music and the latest TV shows with unparalleled quality experience. DROID BIONIC also races through loading of complex web pages and media that take advantage of Adobe® Flash® Player and HTML5, rendering graphics faster than previous generation single-core devices. The BIONIC offers an 8 megapixel camera for video and photos as well as a VGA forward-facing camera. Other features include HTML5 web browsing, Adobe Flash Player support, HDMI connectivity, and Bluetooth. The Bionic will also feature LTE connectivity and will be out in Q1 of this year.

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