Verizon's DROID BIONIC is definitely not among the popular Android phones offered by the carrier, on the contrary. Some might say that this was a big fiasco and that Motorola wants to forget anything related with this handset.
Surprisingly, the things might not be so sour for the US-based manufacturer who plans to release the DROID BIONIC sequel. The guys over at Droid-Life
have been tipped on a curious apparition of a certain DROID BIONIC 2 in an Asurion enrollment form.
Up until now there were no details on this alleged DROID BIONIC 2, but it appears that this device really exists and Motorola might seriously take into consideration releasing it sometime later this year.
The list also contains several versions of RAZR, which are sold with or without a 16GB memory card, which is likely to be the case with this DROID BIONIC 2 that might be in fact a standard DROID BIONIC
that is sold without a memory card.