Motorola Droid Bionic Teasing Speedtest Results on 4G LTE?

August 9, 2011
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I know we have seen our share of Droid Bionic pictures as of late, but this most recent photo might just reveal something even better. What we are seeing is a photo of the Droid Bionic running a speedtest.net benchmark and scoring pretty amazing results. While the image is cut off and we can't prove if this is 4G LTE or Wi-Fi -- don't forget that the Bionic is the first 4G LTE device to also have a dual-core processor and that might be helping out speeds tremendously.

Before you all start getting super excited I do want to mention that my Galaxy Tab 10.1 is a Verizon 4G LTE dual-core device and I don't get anywhere near those speeds. So either the Bionic is rocking some magical 4G powers or this might in fact be a teaser and running on Wi-Fi rather than 4G. The leaker (yoda) also mentions upwards of 15 hours of battery life and that is great to hear considering other LTE devices were struggling in that department.

Pictures of this device continue to leak and with this mornings news of a 4G LTE Samsung Galaxy S II spotted I have a feeling many of you might be up in the air as to which device you should purchase, it's a hard choice I know. While I don't want to immediately say this picture is a fake I'm just not seeing those speeds on my 4G LTE tablet so I'm a little unsure on what I think. Either way the Droid Bionic will still be a blazing fast device so don't let a few speedtest results sway your choice too much.

[via Phandroid]


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  • Anonymous

    Didn’t Engadget get huge speeds from their LTE Tab review?

    -bZj