Motorola accidentally posted the specifications of its upcoming Verizon LTE phone, the Droid Bionic, which is touted as "an all-powerful, unstoppable machine."

However, Motorola later deleted the page from the company's website, PCMagazine reported, although a cached version of the specifications still remains.

The leaked specifications claim that Motorola's 4G phone for Verizon's LTE network sports a 4.3-inch display with 960x540 screen resolution. It is expected to be powered by a TI OMAP 1GHz dual-core processor and will offer 1GB RAM. It will also sport an 8MP rear-facing camera and a front-facing VGA camera. It is expected to come pre-loaded with Android 2.3.4 or Gingerbread OS.

Rumors also suggest that Droid Bionic will feature a dual-LED flash, 1080p video capture capability, Li-ion 1930mAh battery.

Droid Bionic is slated to arrive in September and will possibly meet its key competitor Apple's iPhone 5 which is also rumored to arrive in September.

Droid Bionic flaunts superlative specifications in comparison to other phones, HTC Thunderbolt and Samsung's Droid Charge which are currently optimizing Verizon's 4G network. Droid Bionic becomes a potent force against Apple's upcoming iPhone because it will be the most powerful phone on a not-so-crowded Verizon 4G network.

It is surmised that Apple will not launch the iPhone 5 with LTE capability. Jefferies & Co. analyst Peter Misek stated in May that because Qualcomm LTE chipset -- which was supposed to go into the iPhone - had failed to achieve sufficient yields, Apple will forgo the LTE option.

If the forecast holds true then Droid Bionic will have a field run and will be a major draw for consumers at least until Verizon's 4G network becomes crowded.