FACT: If Motorola could have released DROID BIONIC in the first quarter of 2011, it would have been a big hit. But this gadget is more a thing of hide-and-seek than a phone ready for held. After an announcement in January 5th at CES 2011, it appeared for a very short time in Amazon before vanishing off of the booth in January 31st, with a heavenly price tag of $150. However, this device indeed has what it takes to be the smartest handset.
Motorola DROID BIONIC handles all computing with a memory of 512 RAM and a double core processor which produces a total processing power of 2 GHz. Such great power and speed are capable of delivering quality experiences in mobile Internet, multimedia, multiplayer gaming, and corporate productivity. The most compelling feature is indeed the phone’s capability to deliver the new 4G LTE technology. 4G LTE technology, which is Verizon Wireless’ newest data service for the US, makes it possible for the user to experience mobile Internet with a speed of up to 10 times faster than the now popular 3G. DROID BIONIC is made to deliver this service: music and TV shows streaming is a small task since the phone will yield its greatest service when a consumer commands the device to load complex web pages and media as well as dealing with Flash and HTML5.
When it comes to socialize matters, DROID BIONIC surely makes consumers happy: the See What I See video feature and the front-facing VGA camera, as well as a rear-facing 8-megapixel camera, allow them to share their experiences and stay connected with little effort.
A great addition for these social features is the live peer-to-peer gaming feature which is made possible with console-quality graphics. All can be viewed clearly through the device’s 4.3-inch qHD screen. Since HDMI connectivity is also available in this phone, consumers are allowed to enjoy big gaming experience, as well as extend HD content, by connecting the phone with their HDTVs in full 1080p. Meanwhile, busy multi-taskers will find the device pleasant because with a Mirror Mode function the phone is capable of simultaneous streaming video to the TV and on the device.
Although equipped with so much entertainment features, DROID BIONIC is also a work device with complete features. Consumers with working orientation will surely welcome the phone’s corporate email, remote wipe and data security features as well as its encryption capabilities. Also present are the tools to maintain productivity when on the go, such as Quickoffice®, which is a great office application for reviewing and editing documents, and of course a full calendar management. Working is made much easier with a full suite of Google applications and services as well as one-click access to conference calling. It was not mentioned in the Verizon Wireless and Motorola Mobility press release, but this device certainly possesses Skype video calling capability which adds a lot to its form factor.
Motorola Droid Bionic it will be available soon, rumours say May-June and of course will come with a more reasonable price tag. Unfortunately, we have to wait a little more to see another dream come true.