Dual-core processors are among the hottest features an Android device can have, at least this year. While every other carrier has already released their expected dual-core Android smartphones, Verizon customers seem to be a bit upset they cannot yet get their favorite dual-core smartphones (aside from Droid X2 users). Two of the most anticipated devices coming to Verizon are the Motorola Droid Bionic and Droid 3. The first has been announced and delayed/improved, but it seems people have been waiting too long since it was unveiled at CES last January. The Droid 3 has not even been officially announced yet, and we’ve been relying on leaks and rumors to find out details. What is going on, Verizon?
The folks from Android Central got a hold of a nifty screenshot that reveals the release date for both smartphones. According to this leak, the Droid 3 will be released on July 14th (next week), and the Bionic will be launching next August 4th (about a month from now).
We know many of you have been waiting for these devices–especially the Droid Bionic, the first dual-core 4G LTE phone that Motorola’s been teasing you about for half a year now. While these release dates are not official, they sound about right. Let’s wait to see if we get our dual-core devices on Verizon soon! Are you guys still expecting the Bionic, or has the hype about it died already? What about the Droid 3? Are you guys going for either of these? Some of you probably aren’t willing to give up that physical keyboard!