The Motorola Droid Bionic was announced 9 months ago at CES 2011, but it has finally arrived â€“ was it worth the wait?
As you can see, the design has changed since the initial announcement and it now looks much like a keyboardless Droid 3.
That’s only on the visual end of things though. Spec wise, the Droid Bionic is almost exactly like the Motorola Atrix:
|OS||Android 2.3.4||Android 2.3.4|
|Processor||1GHz Dual-Core||1GHz Dual-Core|
|Screen||4.3 inch @ 960×540||4 inch @ 960×540|
|Camera||8MP rear (1080p recording)||8MP rear (1080p recording)|
|Connectivity||3G/4G (LTE)||3G/4G* (*HSPA+)|
|Capacity||16GB built-in (+16GB pre-installed card)||16GB built-in|
|Ports||Micro HDMI, Micro USB||Micro HDMI, Micro USB|
|Battery||1735 mAh||1930 mAh|
Regardless, the Droid Bionic is here and it’s available for $299 with an upgrade or a whopping $589 without an upgrade.
Cory Gunther of AndroidCommunity has a thorough unboxing of the Droid Bionic along with all of its accessories. Check it out.
He’s also got a video giving you a look at the lapdock and its functionality, check it out over at Android Community.
If you’re looking for a review, Josh Smith of GottaBeMobile has you covered.
If I had been waiting patiently for the Droid Bionic since its announcement 8 months ago, I would be a little bit disappointed that the Droid Bionic is basically the same phone at the Motorola Atrix (minus the 4G) which was released back in Februaryâ€¦ oh and it was cheaper.
For those of you who were waiting for the Droid Bionic, was it worth it?