Droid Bionic

The information for the Motorola Droid Bionic is flowing more heavily as well we move closer and and closer to seeing it finally arrive. The folks over at TechnoBuffalo appear to of have gotten their hands on all the spec information and as such have posted it up for all to see:

  • 4.3-inch qHD display
  • Webtop Apps/Wireless Printing - Just like the Motorola Photon and the Droid 3 MotoPrint is on board. As well, Bedside mode, HDMI-out with mirroring and availability of a laptop dock just like the Motorola Atrix has
  • Zumocast - Is pre-loaded for streaming of content from the Droid Bionic
  • Camera - 8MP with LED flash, Front facing cam for video chat
  • Three Microphones - For enhanced call quality and noise control
  • Mobile Hotspot - Allowing up to 8 devices to be connected simultaneously

The info, looks as though it came from a user-guide or marketing material since it outlines each and every spec while telling you how exactly to work such things. You can find some more pics past the break.

Source: TechnoBuffalo

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Droid Bionic features, specs and more leak out ... again

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I was about to send you this in guys , but my browser crashed

You forgot to mension that DROID BIONIC will come with a 16GB SD card in addition to the internal 16GB storage

One More thing , ... First

i used to use Zumocast back in my iPhone days. When they were bought out by Motorola though, it was removed from the App Store. Hopefully, Moto puts this on the Android Market so non-Moto android users can take advantage.

For those of you unfamiliar with Zumocast, it's basically an Air Video alternative, but also lets you stream your videos through their website (in a flash container).

Had to look it up at http://www.zumocast.com but:

"ZumoCast turns your computers into a personal cloud, enabling you to access all of your files and media without having to upload. Now you have access to all your content with zero effort.

Streams video of any format (mp4, avi, mkv, divx, and more). No conversion necessary. Video can be streamed over any connection, even 3G.

No more syncing music to your phone. ZumoCast streams your entire music collection to you with a familiar interface. It even supports your iTunes playlists.

ZumoCast is designed for your mobile devices. The mobile app adapts media to work with any connection. It also lets you download media to the device for offline access. "

That would be great -- if we didn't have the God-awful tiered data plans. The whole concept of streaming (vs. local storage) only works when you have unfettered access to wifi or unlimited wireless.

Exactly! I hate that I'm going to end up with only 2GB of data every month, that's not nearly enough if I want to do something like this. To watch a movie is 1GB by itself. Plus I have Google Music, which has all my music uploaded to the cloud right now. This is great though if I'm on WiFi over at someone's house or something though. No way I'd run Google Music or this over the air, waste of data. Also we're going to have 32GB of storage coming with the thing, so I can easily drop 16 or so GB of music onboard. I only listen to about 8GB of my 20GB anyways.

If you have the unlimited data prior to the tiered data plans, you are SAFE and grandfathered in. Verizon cannot make you switch to a tiered plan.

Look great is subjective.

And to me and others, they certainly don't look great. They look awful.

um dude i owned the Droid 3 and gave it to my dad because the screen was terrible with greens and reds especially. also battery life wasn't great on it either.

I was hoping it would include NFC. I still like this phone (so far) as long as the battery is reasonable. My Blackberry Storm (I) is driving me crazy!

i was "weathering the storm" since my contract ran up back in feb waiting for this phone, i couldn't handle it any more so i had to buy my sisters old Dinc to hold me over for the last couple of months, and boy am i glad i did.

Where is the 'bionic' in the Droid Bionic? I was hoping it had a fingerprint reader like the Atrix does, but I guess not. So, where is the 'bionic' in the Droid Bionic?

Good answer. I guess I'll have to wait for an improved version of the Atrix. I read that the screen was difficult to read in the sunlight. I spend a lot of time outdoors.

Motorola? After they way they have treated the X owners with the GB problems and now a GB update with problems, I find it amazing anyone would purchase a phone that says Motorola.
In three months I have turned from a Moto lover to a Moto hater, and I don't believe I'm the only one.
So, this so-called Bionic could launch with warp drive, but won't be in my future.

I have a Droid X and have had all the leaked GB updates, and now all the OTA ones, and have nothing but good things to say about them! I like motorola, yes this phone would have been killer if it launched when it should have, but it is still good!

I also have the DROID X with all GB updates. Run ADW LAUNCHER EX and piles of games and apps downloaded. This is the best phone I've had. It always works, everytime. Have not had even one problem. DROID X has been a hit for me. Just Sayin

My contract for a Droid 1 expires on 8/28, so I should have no problems getting a discount price. What makes me hesitate slightly to go with the Bionic are three issues.

1. The weight
2. The possible upcoming release of the Droid HD.
3. The upcoming release of the Samsung Galaxy II.

With regard to (2), I don't want to wait forever for the HD to be released.

In terms of (3) I've heard that the Verizon version of the Samsung is not identical to the version released abroad and is more like the Epic 4G.

I'd appreciate any thoughts and/or information folks can share with me.