Droid Bionic, Verizon’s new super smartphone launched today with a hefty price tag, but it is described as the most powerful smarting on the market today.
In addition to its prowess as a super smartphone, Bionic provides the ability to play games and show videos in full 1080p HD. It is reported to allow access to a home computer’s wireless to get videos, and music off of it while away from home. Bionic can access and also stream files from home to work computers using the free ZumoCast™ app.
Bionic includes Mach 5 machinery and is equipped with next generation DDR2 on-board RAM and a dual core 1 GHz processor that provides the ability to cruise the Web at the super speed of 4G LTE. The model includes 960 x 540 qHD clarity on a 4.3” wide screen with multi-touch capability.
Verizon boasts that Droid Bionic offers 8 megapixel still shots that maintain hi-resolution even when blown up. It can change to video capture by the flip of a switch and produce 1080p HD video.
Verizon also announces that Bionic can be converted to more than a smartphone, using Firefox 4.0 browser, keyboard, trackpad and multi-window capabilities, on an 11.6” screen. Bionic and Motorola LapDock are sold separately.
Right now, Verizon is offering major price discounts for those who sign up for a two-year contract when purchasing Bionic.