Three long trimesters after its public conception, Motorola has finally released the Droid Bionic to the masses. This behemoth of a smartphone packs a 1Ghz dual-core processor, a full gigabyte of DDR2 RAM, 4.3″ qHD screen, and compatibility with Verizon’s 4G LTE network. The device is $589.99 off-contract and $299.99 with a 2-year agreement—which is quite a bit more than its competitors—but it should be powerful enough to stay relevant for a few years.
Dominion Over All
With an HDMI connection and mirror mode, bend your TV to your will, playing games and videos on it in full 1080p HD. Access your computer’s wirelessly and grab videos, photos, and music off of them on–the–go.
Mach 5 Machinery
Droid Bionic is equipped with a warehouse’s worth of next–generation DDR2 on–board RAM and a dual–core 1GHz processor, so you can cruise the web and take what’s yours at the supersonic speed of Verizon 4G LTE.
qHD Mobile Command
Take command of content on a screen that takes on all comers with 960×540 qHD clarity. This 4.3” wide–screen packs more pixels than most could possibly process. Pair that with multi–touch capability, and you’ve claimed undisputed domain over your media
WEBTOP APP & MOTOROLA LAPDOCK
Transform Bionic into more than a smartphone with a full Firefox 4.0 browser, keyboard, trackpad and multi–window capabilities all on a 11.6 inch screen. Bionic and Motorola LapDock sold separate.