Motorola Droid Bionic is releasing on Thursday on Verizon’s fast 4G network, increasing the excitement of fans.

Droid Bionic packs many impressive features, which has made the smartphone a household name, including a 4.3-inch 960x540 screen, two cameras (front-facing for video chat and 8-MP rear-facing camera), Adobe Flash preloaded, 32 GB of memory and a slim frame. It will be on sale at the price $299.99 with 2-year contract.

The dual-core Android phone, which runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS, introduces Motorola's ZumoCast app, which lets the users access videos, music, pictures and documents stored on PC or Mac.

The smartphone also comes with Video Surf, Shazam-like app for videos, Motoprint for wireless printing, NFL Mobile and support for Netflix.

Moreover, Droid Bionic is reasonably thin - almost a half inch at the thickest point.

Accessories for Droid Bionic will be available for sale, including the Lapdock netbook adapter, with 11.6-inch screen, which will cost $300; a $100 HD Station which let users turn the phone into an entertainment center or home office; and a $40 Navigation Dock. The $50 Battery Dock is a charging station that comes with an extra battery.

Droid Bionic has drawn worldwide attention even as rumors swirl about the delayed release date of iPhone 5 reluctance of verizon to support Samsung Galaxy S2.

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