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[Full Droid Bionic Review] The Motorola Droid Bionic is the first in Verizon's line of Droid smartphones with 4G LTE capability and NVIDIA's new Tegra 2 dual core 1GHz processor. The Motorola Droid Bionic features a 4.3-inch color transflective TFT screen with a 540x960 qHD display and the ability to output video in up to 1080p HD resolution through HDMI. The Droid Bionic smartphone also features two cameras, one front facing 0.3 camera and an eight-megapixel camera with LED flash and autofocus. Read on for the latest Droid Bionic news, expert Motorola Droid reviews and videos:

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    While discussing company performance in an earnings call to Motorola's investors, CEO Sanjay Jha just provided confirmation on the anticipated release dates for the Atrix 4G, Droid Bionic, and the Xoom tablet. We reported a couple weeks ago that the Atrix 4G may arrive on AT&T around March 1. It seemed like that choice of a date was more of an estimation than a set-in-stone release date, and those suspicions look like they're playing out. Jha has now stated that the phone will be out slightly earlier, right around the end of February. We'll have to wait much longer for the Droid Bionic, as ...

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    Update: Looks like that file was taken down due to legal issues. Android still doesn't have a decent music player. The player that comes with Android pretty much just plays music, which may be okay for some, but leaves many being tempted to jump to the Apple side of the fence. You're not alone, Motorola feels your pain, and has come up with a pretty nice looking Music Player app. Unfortunately, you've got to have a Motorola device to get it through legitimate channels. For those of you who don't care about that sort of stuff -- and can sideload apps -- you can grab the .apk from ...

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    Thanks to the need of smartphone OEM employees to share test photos amongst one another, sites like Picasa and Flickr are full of images captured with unreleased and, in some cases, unannounced devices. Most of these shots are about as inartistic as you can imagine: picture after picture of people's keyboards, mice, and coffee mugs -- when they're not macro shots of the wall. However, there are always a few gems among the junk, and we've managed to collect decent snaps of almost every handset announced at CES. (Full disclosure: we cheated with the Inspire 4G and Thunderbolt from HTC by ...

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    The Motorola Droid Bionic is similar in a lot of ways to the Atrix 4G except that it has less RAM (512MB versus 1GB) and it is going to Verizon and not AT&T. Because it lacks the full 1GB of RAM, you can't use that fancy dock that works with the Atrix. The Bionic is sporting the Tegra 2 dual core CPU, which should make the device feel really fast, but it surprisingly doesn't make any noticeable improvement as you can see in this video. We're thinking that the software on the Bionic might be a bit Alpha, and that when this thing ships, it ought to be a bit faster. Or, perhaps we'd have to ...

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    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 (960x540) 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 ...

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