Finally, the release date of the Droid Bionic has been confirmed.
Verizon Wireless, on its Twitter page, announced the release date of Motorola Droid Bionic, saying that the new beast of Motorola Android phone will be unleashed on Sept. 8, as previously rumored by numerous sources.
As I have said,The Motorola Droid Bionic is confirmed to release on September 8th, tweeted @DroidBionic on Friday.
An IBTimes reader wrote a comment to an aritcle on Friday, saying, I went to my Verizon store today and hey allowed me to order the Bionic now. They said it would be shipped to my home on Sept. 8th.
Earlier, Verizon also rolled out a teaser ad Conquer All Machines which also displays 2011.9.8 at the end.
The Droid Bionic marks Verizon's first 4G LTE phone powered by dual-core processor. The Droid Bionic will be added to Verizon's existent lineups of 4G collections from LG, Samsung and HTC.
While the device not received an official price tag, it will likely go for $299 with a two-year contract.
The Bionic, complete with 4G (LTE) and a dual-core processor, has people sitting on the edge of their seats. With Apple's iPhone 5, HTC Vigor and Samsung Galaxy S2 rolling out in the near future, the Droid Bionic is given birth to a highly competitive smartphone market.
Motorola Droid Bionic will come with several enhancements, including expanded features, functionality and an improved form factor. The latest photo leaks revealing Motorola Droid Bionic showed that the smartphone looked very similar to Motorola Droid X2, another powerful dual core smartphone without 4G support.
The design changes from original Droid Bionic, which looked similar to Motorola Atrix, surely is one of the biggest enhancements in terms of form factor. It seems Motorola, with its failed attempt to impress consumers with Motorola Atrix, has allowed the Droid Bionic to undergo changes in order to pick up the momentum with its release.
One of the several leaked images supporting the looks of Droid Bionic to that of Droid X2 showcased version 1.3.0 Webtop application support. With Webtop application, Motorola brings mobile computing allowing users to experience cloud-based computing with easy-to-use docking stations. The ease of docking allows users to get online just the way they would with their regular laptops or office desktops. It provides full Firefox browser, doc editing and multimedia access on a large screen almost anywhere.