The Motorola Droid Bionic, announced during CES, is a smartphone that provides cutting-edge speed both on a phone, with a twin core processor, and over-the-air on Verizon’s 4G LTE network. That speed, together with a Droid Bionic‘s high-resolution, 4.3-inch screen, positions it to be one of a many renouned phones for 2011.
Like a Motorola ATRIX, a Droid Bionic‘s NVIDIA Tegra dual-core processor runs during 1GHz, nonetheless it has 512MB of RAM contra 1GB on a ATRIX. But don’t be disappointed, that should be copiousness for it to energy by many normal phone activities, and even hoop graphics-heavy video and gaming.
To serve position a Droid Bionic as a phone for media junkies, a 4.3-inch qHD shade will yield 960 x 540 resolution, many aloft than a 854 x 480 fortitude of a Droid X it replaces. In fact, a Droid Bionic‘s arrangement fortitude is usually next that of a iPhone 4 (960 x 640). You will also be means to tide or counterpart your phone’s calm onto a HDTV in your vital room in full 1080p.
The Droid Bionic doesn’t skimp on storage, either. It comes with 16GB onboard and supports an additional 32GB by a microSD label slot.
As with many new high-end smartphones, a Droid Bionic has both front and rear-facing cameras. The front camera is usually VGA fortitude (.3MP), that is a step behind some of a other new phones that are charity 1.3MP cameras for video chat. The back camera is 8MP, has automobile focus, an LED flash, and will constraint 720p video. We won’t know about design peculiarity until we have a possibility to exam it.
To energy all this goodness, a Droid Bionic comes with a 1930mAh battery. For comparison, many other smartphones have batteries in a 1500mAh range. What this will meant for real-life battery generation we’ll have to wait and see.
The categorical trade-offs for all these facilities are a weight (5.5oz) and distance (2.63″ x 4.95″ x .55″). Not bad deliberation what we get.
The Droid Bionic will boat in Q2 2011 with Android 2.2 and support for Wi-Fi mobile hotspot. Pricing has not nonetheless been released.
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