If all the fuzz surrounding T-Mobile’s Sensation 4G is making you Verizon fans a little sad, worry not: Motorola’s Droid Bionic has found its way back in front of the camera to let you know that good things come to those who wait.
This morning, the guys at MobileGearz came across some photos of the Droid Bionic that confirm an 8 MP back-facing camera with flash and Auto-Focus, 4G support, 1080p HD video-recording and a new version of MotoBlur. More importantly, one of the photos shows the Droid Bionic connected to a Webtop device from Motorola. Just like we’ve told you before, AT&T’s Atrix 4G won’t be the only device to get this capability, and Motorola has bigger plans for its “mobile computing” accessories.
Motorola’s Webtop might look like a gimmick to some right now, but it’s just the tip of the iceberg in terms of what our phones will be able to do in the near future. Seeing how smartphones are getting faster and more powerful every month, it’s hard not to see how these small devices will eventually become as capable as our desktop PCs.
Are you Verizon customers ready to live in the future with the Droid Bionic? Let us know in the comments.
UPDATE: Even more photos of the Droid Bionic have now leaked to the Interwebz. This thing is such a camera hog. According to Droid-Life, the device has a 4.5â€³ qHD screen, Android 2.3.4 and whole lot of 3D goodness. Check out the new photos below.