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Motorola Teases Droid Bionic, Officially This Time

The Droid Bionic is a woman! Motorola on Wednesday expelled a teaser video, “Rule All Machines,” for a arriving Droid Bionic smartphone.

And like in prior ads, a video personifies a device rather than uncover any partial of a tangible phone (see below); a latest Droid incarnation is a black leather-clad murderer with a bit of a Black Widow-meets-Droid logo edge.

No, no sum nonetheless on an tangible launch date or price. The Droid Bionic is arguably Motorola’s many rarely approaching product this year, maybe given it has been behind since, well, January. Check out PCMag’s first hands-on with a phone behind during CES. The Bionic was strike with one check after another, forcing Verizon to recover a statement explaining that it was undergoing some pattern revisions. No cost has been announced, yet an purported advertisement pegged a phone during $300.

Finally in July, Motorola Mobility CEO Sanjay Jha positive it was on lane to recover a Bionic in September, yet a tangible date is in a hands of Verizon; a Verizon mouthpiece usually reiterated a Sep due date.

The teaser doesn’t uncover much, yet there’s adequate leaked information to discern what a Bionic will hold. Specs for a Droid Bionic done a brief appearance on Motorola’s Web site progressing this month. It touted a Texas Instruments-made 1-GHz OMAP4430 dual-core processor with 1GB of RAM (by comparison, a iPad 2 has only 512MB of RAM), a 4.3-inch shade with fortitude of 960-by-540 pixels, an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera and VGA front-facing. It has an HDMI 1.4 outlay for mirroring a phone’s arrangement on a incomparable screen. The Bionic is approaching to boat with Android 2.3.4 “Gingerbread” and run on Verizon‘s ultra-fast LTE information network.

Unsure what all a bitch is about? Check out PCMag lead mobile researcher Sascha Segan’s “Why You May Want a Motorola Droid Bionic.”

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