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Motorola Rolls Out Droid Bionic, Verizon’s First 4G LTE Phone

Motorola rolled out a initial LTE 4G phone during CES today. The landmark device, called a Motorola Droid Bionic, will run on Verizon‘s new LTE network, that is incited on in 39 cities now and will widespread fast during 2011. The phone, a Droid Bionic, is a largish black Android-powered smartphone that sports twin processors and a pleasing 4.3 in. HD display.

Of march a pivotal underline that creates all a others run faster and demeanour improved is a 4G LTE radio built into a device. Verizon says a new LTE network can siphon out download speeds of between 5 and 12 mbps, and upload speeds of between 2 and 5 mbps. This will make video run smoothly, files upload quickly, and videoconferencing and online gaming run pretty well.

The peer-to-peer gaming apps and HD video apps in sold looked overwhelming on a Bionic’s shade during my brief hands-on during a Motorola press eventuality today. Both gaming and video looked bright, right in tone and depth. These apps were using with a phone connected to a Wi-Fi network, so it stays to be seen how these apps will work in a furious when a phone is connected on Verizon‘s 4G network. The Skype videoconferencing app also worked good on Wi-Fi, and facilities a tiny window a shade display what a chairman on a other finish is seeing.

Also impressive: The Bionic has an HDMI out on a side, that enables a user to bond a device to their HD televisions to perspective all a HD calm function on a phone, like video, gaming or video conferencing in full 1080p.

Other pivotal facilities of a Bionic include:

  • 512 MB RAM
  • Adobe Flash Player and HTML5 support
  • Front-facing VGA camera and See What we See video underline
  • Rear-facing 8-megapixel camera for still and video

The Bionic becomes accessible in early second entertain from Verizon, and no cost has been set as of yet.

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