Take a peek at what Pocket Lint’s got – a hands-on with the Motorola Droid Bionic, a 4G capable phone that’s only being released in the USA, being pushed by Motorola as “The World’s Most Powerful Smartphone,” and that it represents “the end of waiting.” So what’s inside to back such a claim up? A dual-core processor (two 1GHz cores to be exact,) 512MB of DDR2 RAM (around half that of its bal the Atrix,) a 4.3-inch qHD 960 x 540 pixel touchscreen display, rear mounted 8 megapixel camera and front mounted webcam. Is that enough for you? Oh you want a slightly closer look?

Inside you’ll also find Android 2.2, though speculation suggests it’ll be running Android 2.3 Gingerbread by the time it’s released, 720p video recording, onboard storage of 16GB, microSD slot able to carry a 32GB card, and a sassy simple body. Take a peek at a couple close-ups courtesy of Pocket Lint.

[Via Pocket Lint]


  1. Motorola could provide Android 2.2 to only a fraction of their Android devices so far (notice that 2.3 is released by now!):

    If you buy this phone, the chances are after 6 months you will end up with a brick with ancient software.

    I wouldnt spend money on buying this phone however cool it looks at first place. I recommend waiting for a similar phone from another manufacturer which can provide software updates.


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