The Droid Bionic may be expected to touch down through Verizon Wireless in the US this week, but we’ve still heard no official confirmation of what specs to expect from this Android smartphone-powerhouse sequel.
It may not be an official specs release from the Motorola team, but here’s the next best thing; a list of specs from the MotoDev arm of the manufacturers, making them almost certainly the final details on the phone’s inner workings.
So lets get down to it then; you’re looking at Android Gingerbread version v2.3.4, a 4.3 inch qHD resolution (540 x 960 pixels) display at 240 dpi, a 1 GHz OMAP4430 dual-core processor and 1 GB of RAM.
Cameras are of the 8MP with autofocus and LED flash on the rear, and a VGA camera on the front.
A HDMI-out port lets you hook the phone up to a HD TV, while you’ll also be able to use the same webtop app that shipped with the Atrix hybrib laptop/phone that lets the Droid Bionic power a large-screen display and keyboard when docked.
Not too shabby at all then. We’ll keep you posted with official launch details when they’re available, but don’t expect them to differ much, if at all, from these.