As we continuously inch ever nearer to the release of the Motorola Droid Bionic (XT875) on Verizon, more and more great information on the device leaks out. While we’re pretty firm on the idea that the Bionic will indeed be release on September 8th, there are certain things we couldn’t seem to confirm until now.
Thanks to a detailed filing with the FCC for the Bionic, we now know the device will be rocking a 4.3-inch qHD display. That’s what the user guide for the Bionic says, along with some other interesting information that should get your heart pumping. We all know the Bionic is slated to launch with 4G LTE, but it will also come with CDMA, GSM 900/1800 and UMTS 2100. That means that not only will the Droid Bionic be a CDMA/LTE hybrid for use across the US, but it will also be able to function all around the world on GSM networks with the use of a SIM card.
Also of interest in the filing is the mention of Netflix, a dual-core 1GHz processor, 1080p full HD video record, an inductive charging battery door for charging without cords and a special “cool down” feature for keeping your device safe in extreme conditions. Apparently, if your Bionic gets too hot, a message will appear on the screen that says “cool down.” During that time, only emergency calls will be allowed to be made. I’m guessing this will really get some people going. Hopefully cool down mode doesn’t happen too often, or your phone will essentially be useless.
As more information continues to leak out on the Droid Bionic, are you becoming more tempted to buy? With a dual-core processor, qHD display, full HD camera, LTE and world-phone GSM bands, it looks like the Bionic is still going to be one of the must have devices of 2011 – delayed or not.