The Motorola Droid Bionic is promising to be quite the Verizon smartphone. It's actually going to be the first Verizon phone to offer both a dual-core processor and 4G LTE connectivity. Yeah, there are Verizon 4G phones and Verizon dual-core phones, but the two have never officially met.
Originally, the Bionic was thought to have a Tegra 2 inside, but with today's information, that's obviously going to turn out to be a lie. What it does run is a 1GHz dual-core OMAP processor with a whopping 1GB of RAM. It's also got an 8MP, 1080p capable camera on the back, coupled with a measely VGA front camera. a 4.3-inch qHD display and HDMI 1.4 round out the outside, as well.
I'm really excited for the Bionic. The last Droid to be released on Verizon's network, the Samsung Droid Charge, has a major issue that needs to be taken care of. The Bionic, however, is manufactured by Motorola; sure, it's had its issues with software and things, but at least Motorola devices' screens don't turn blue!
What do you think of the Bionic?[GottaBeMobile]