By Anton D. Nagy | August 5, 2011 3:49 AM
The Motorola Droid Bionic is expected to finally launch in September, nine months after its introduction at CES and with an updated look and specs. Thanks to the images above and below we can now have a better look at the phone to go with its published specs.
We can definitely see from the image above that the Droid Bionic is somewhat taller than the Droid Charge. You will also notice that the screen is taller too. Some even consider it a 4.5-incher but we think it’s a 4.3-inch display in reality. The difference between the screens on the phones above comes from the aspect ratio: the Droid Charge is WVGA and the Droid Bionic is qHD.
The back of the phone shows off the hump which houses the camera as well as the rubberized material which is always a welcome addition. Good thing is that after all this waiting we only have a month to go until the Droid Bionic lands.