By Stephen Schenck | January 5, 2011 11:53 PM
Motorola just revealed another of the LTE phones soon to appear on Verizon, with the introduction of the dual-core Droid Bionic.
The Bionic will be powered by a 1GHz dual-core CPU (some reports have it as a Tegra 2) and have 512MB of RAM at its disposal. The 4.3-inch screen will feature qHD (960×540) resolution, with HDMI-out for full-1080p viewing. It may not be quite as impressive as Motorola’s Atrix with its solid gig of RAM, but we still expect it to soundly outperform current Droid models.
Other specifications include a VGA-quality front-facing camera and an eight-megapixel sensor on the rear. There’s no mention in Motorola’s release as to what Android flavor the Bionic will be rocking when it arrives, but 2.2 (with a speedy upgrade to 2.3?) seems probable.
The Bionic’s software lineup will include Flash and HTML 5 support, Motorola’s “See What I See” video-sharing app, and Quickoffice productivity software. No word yet on a release date.