NEW YORK -(MarketWatch)- Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc.
pronounced that a Droid Bionic, a 4G smartphone, will launch with Verizon Wireless in a summer.
Motorola pushed behind a timing of a launch to incorporate new facilities into a phone, that was creatively slated to launch in a second quarter. While a phone might boat to carriers in time, a launch might start in a third quarter.
“Based on constrained feedback given a show, we are incorporating several enhancements to make this an even improved consumer experience,” a Motorola mouthpiece said.
Many had speculated that a Droid Bionic was scrapped in preference of another model. It was one of 4 smartphones that Verizon Wireless hold adult during a Consumer Electronics Show in Jan during a display of a 4G service. Motorola Chief Executive Sanjay Jha also touted a device during his CES presentation.
Verizon Wireless so distant has usually one 4G smartphone, a HTC Corp. (HTCXF, 2498.TW) Thunderbolt, accessible to customers.
Verizon Wireless is jointly owned by Verizon Communications Inc.
and Vodafone Group PLC (VOD, VOD.LN).
Motorola shares fell 2.3% to $23.03 in new trading.
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