The mobile universe has been watchful for a device that combines a dual-core processor with a speed of Verizon’s 4G LTE network given CES this past January. It was during this Consumer Electronics Show that a DROID Bionic was originally revealed, a device that total an unnamed dual-core processor with a ability to run during what Verizon was afterwards observant was adult to 10 times faster than 3G with their 4G LTE network. What we’ve got now is a mobile sourroundings where LTE has been worked into 3 Android smartphones, dual-core processors are in some-more than 5 smartphones, though there’s still no multiple of a dual – by a looks of a photos in this post, that’s about to change really soon.
This same device was seen on a 5th of this month as good in dual photos, one arrangement a front of a device with a battery charging symbol, maybe indicating to a thought that it needs some-more than your normal assign during a normal day, and another arrangement a device’s arrangement sitting subsequent to a DROID Charge, arrangement a distance to clearly be incomparable than a Charge’s 4.3-inch screen, this indicating a 4.5-inch arrangement that would calm with a recently suggested Samsung Hercules, also famous as T-Mobile’s chronicle of a Samsung Galaxy S II. The initial of these dual photos also indicates that a edges of a potion covering a arrangement of a device could be winding somewhat downward as is a trend in new high-end smartphones utilizing a super-strong arrangement cover famous as Gorilla Glass.
What a newest set of photos shows is again a probability of winding potion on a front of a device as shown by a light attack a front reduce left of a device, as good as a Verizon trademark in a reduce right, Motorola in a core on a tip nearby a orator grill, an during slightest pretty splendid display, 4 Android buttons below, and a customary looking limit around a whole screen. Along a left side of a device you’ll see a tangible microUSB and microHDMI post combination, this indicating that docks identical to that that we’ve seen on a Motorola ATRIX and Motorola PHOTON 4G will be in sequence – this same setup can be seen on a side of a new DROID 3 only expelled on Verizon as well.
The right side of a device shows a elementary volume rocker, and a behind shows a same 8-megapixel camera we’ve seen in a past along with a orator grille in a conflicting corner, Motorola symbol, 4G LTE logo, Verizon logo, and “with Google” logo. All of this confronting in a instruction that indicates a device is meant to be hold in a landscape mode, again, for advancing purposes.
What do we think? Look like a Motorola device for you? Or will we be banking on a Samsung Galaxy S II with a probability for no LTE? How about thinness? Everyone knows that a Samsung Galaxy S II is and will continue to be a thinnest smartphone on a marketplace – does a bulk of a DROID Bionic spin we off? — Thanks for a tip Josh!
UPDATE: Additional FCC photos combined in gallery below:
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