The Motorola DROID BIONIC first grabbed out attention last January at CES, but after the original design was scrapped by the manufacturer, a new version of the phone was launched in early September and was the carrier's first dual-core model with LTE 4G connectivity. There have been some complaints from users of the device, many of whom feel slighted by the fact that just a bit over 2 months after launching the handset, Verizon is just days away from releasing its sleek, thin Motorola DROID RAZR with a Super AMOLED display that does not use the heavily criticized PenTile technology used on the DROID BIONIC.
The Motorola DROID BIONIC is equipped with a 4.3 inch qHD screen with a dual-core 1GHz processor under the hood and 1GB of RAM is aboard. 16GB of native storage can be expanded to 48GB using a microSD card. An 8MP camera captures video at 1080p and a front facing shooter takes self-portraits and allows you to video chat. With Android 2.3.4 pre-installed, the Motorola DROID BIONIC might have enjoyed a long run as Verizon's flagship model if it weren't for the Motorola DROID RAZR coming up fast right behind it. But the good news for those who have been wanting the DROID BIONIC is that with its decline in status comes a decline in pricing. As we reported, Verizon has cut its price to $249.99 on contract and now, Amazon is offering the phone for less than half of that price.
source: Amazon via Phandroid