Having now wrapped up their XOOM commercial it looks as though Motorola has moved onto other devices in their stable. The Motorola Droid Bionic is seemingly what we are looking at above and it has now crossed the hands of the FCC seeking approval. Although it doesn't state it specifically it does have dual-band Wi-Fi and since that it one of the features of the Droid Bionic shared with Atrix 4G and not much else we're left to conclude on our own. Still no release date for the Motorola Droid Bionic as of yet but we'll be sure to keep you updated. Anyone still interested in grabbing the Droid Bionic upon release? [FCC via Engadget]

Update: It's now looking more like the XOOM as it has no LTE bands and a non-removable battery.

 

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Motorola Droid Bionic now in the hands of the FCC? (Update: Looks like the Xoom)

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Sign me up! I was very close to leaning towards the Atrix and jumping ship to AT&T until this whole tethering crap and $500 price tag came out. I am definitely getting the Bionic upon release. Better pixels than the TBolt (although the included 32MB card is tempting). Also, with the rumor of Gingerbread 2.4 having dual core support, Tegra is where it's at!!!

I may have just missed it in the RF reports, but I didn't see any mention of a "LTE band", so maybe this isn't for the Bionic?

Yes I want the Bionic, Yes I really want to know when to expect it because my Tour is killing me and I could have upgraded since Dec,
AND yes it is the Xoom