Redesigned Droid Bionic Features Laptop Dock Connectivity

The first look at the redesigned Droid Bionic is now online, coming in the form of four leaked “in the wild”  images.  Like we’ve heard, Motorola has changed things up a bit, most notably adding support for the laptop dock.  The company had pledged additional handsets capable of connecting to the laptop and other docks, so we’re glad to see them start with such a powerful Android phone.  Given it’s been five months since we first saw the Bionic, we’ll remind you of the hardware.  Look for a 4.3-inch qHD display, 8-megapixel camera (1080 HD), dual-core 1GHz processor, and 4G LTE support.  …Whenever it actually arrives.

Hit the break for another image and the link to two more! 

Source: MobileGearz

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1 Comment

  1. Robert Govier
    June 06, 17:07 Reply

    So basically a big screen version of the Atrix 4G with a better camera? Nice to see support for multiple devices in the laptop dock – hope the price of that will come down accordingly.

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