We’ve been bringing we lots of news over a final few days about a Motorola Droid Bionic smartphone due for recover on Verizon. A week or so ago we told how a softened Droid Bionic had apparently been benchmarked with a Texas Instruments processor instead of a original NVIDIA Tegra 2 chip. This led some to consternation if a NVIDIA Tegra chip was somehow exclusive with Verizon’s LTE network yet NVIDIA is now stressing that this is not a case.
To move we adult to speed it was not prolonged ago that we wondered if we would ever see a Droid Bionic released during all, after it was delayed for enhancements, yet now news is entrance in thick and fast. We’ve had leaked images display a improved form factor of a new Droid Bionic and afterwards further leaked images and specs came to light so it looks as yet a recover is removing closer. Earlier currently OSM’s possess Maddy Rowe also took a demeanour during a new softened specs of a Droid Bionic opposite another smartphone of a moment, a Samsung Galaxy S2 and asked that we competence plump for.
Back to NVIDIA yet and an essay by Kellex over on DroidLife sheds some light on NVIDIA’s viewpoint on a rumors about a chip and harmony with Verizon’s 4G LTE network. DroidLife had a phone review with NVIIDA who were during heedfulness to put things straight. NVIDIA said, “Tegra has no harmony issues with LTE during all. The Tegra-powered Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G LTE inscription runs on Verizon’s LTE network and is a ideal instance of Tegra operative excellent w/ 4G LTE.” The matter creates it flattering transparent afterwards and NVIDIA also combined “Tegra 2 interfaces with many forms of modems around customary interfaces, including LTE. There is zero inherently singular about LTE as distant as Tegra 2 is concerned.”
Over on Android Police, Cameron Summerson, also reports on a NVIDIA matter and points out that as a Motorola Xoom LTE chronicle was also behind a problem was always as expected to be during Motorola’s finish rather than NVIDIA’S. Whatever a problem, a new leaks do advise a Droid Bionic is on a approach and we’d like to hear your thoughts on this. Are we still watchful for a Droid Bionic and if so, what has done we wait for it rather than any of a other new or arriving smartphones? Let us know with your comments.
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