The release date for Motorola DROID Bionic is nearing fast, though users might still have to wait a few weeks before being able to enjoy the capabilities of Verizon's fourth LTE-capable Android device.
Some of the latest reports on the matter suggest that it might be released on September 8th, and that it could sport a price tag of $299
when purchased with the signing of a contract agreement.
While not confirming this, nor denying it, a new report
emerged, on DROID Bionic being spotted in a Best Buy ad.
There, the mobile phone
was listed with the coming soon tag attached to it, which should give hope to enthusiast.
Motorola promised the DROID Bionic for September, and it seems that the mobile phone might be launched in the first half of the next month, rather than towards the end of the month.
No specific release date was made available, nor info on the price tag the mobile phone would sport when made available for purchase at Verizon, but it seems that things are getting in motion.
The Best Buy ad will also offer a glimpse at the specs and features of Motorola DROID Bionic, and those who might have not had the opportunity to meet the device before should have a look at it for that. The smartphone
should hit the market with Google's Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS on board, while packing a fast dual core application processor.
Moreover, it was said to come with a large 4.3-inch qHD touchscreen display, and with an 8-megapixel photo snapper on the back, great for shooting videos in high-definition.
In addition to support for Verizon's 4G LTE network, the mobile phone would also land on shelves with a front-facing camera, as well as with WiFi and Bluetooth capabilities, Hotspot features, GPS receiver, support for mobile applications and Google services, and more.
Hopefully, Motorola and Verizon
will make an announcement on this phone's launch soon, and they would put an end to the long list of rumors on the matter, so stay tuned to learn more on this.