We’ve been hearing a lot about a few LTE Android devices for Verizon, like the HTC Thunderbolt (aka Incredible HD) and of course the Moto XOOM tablet. But Motorola apparently had another trick up its sleeve, and it’s called the Droid Bionic. It was just announced at CES, and it’s impressive to say the least. The Bionic will sport a 4.3-inch HD display, Froyo (with MotoBlur runnign on top), a dual-core (yes, an actual dual-core) processor, LTE (obviously), along with a front-facing camera for videoconferencing, and a rear camera with HD video capture capabilities. If you’re not blown away so far, you might want to be looking elsewhere for the latest and greatest Android device.

The Bionic will also be centered around business users, like the Droid Pro. Although we have to admit, the Bionic looks 10 times better than the Pro. Users will have Quick Office for viewing and editing business documents, as well as data security and encryption to ensure safety of documents. It might be a business phone, but it sure looks enticing. The Droid Bionic is due inthe second quarter, so you’ll have to wait a few months to get your hands on it. No word on pricing, but stay tuned to AndroidGuys for all the up-to-date CES news. Anyone excited for this device? Sound off in the comments below. We’d love to hear from you!

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  1. Nice specs, except… it’s coming out at least three months from now and they’re putting FROYO on it?! What the hell, Motorola! And seeing as it’s running Blur, it will likely never get upgraded beyond Froyo. Super.

  2. Im excited to see what the rest of the l.t.e. phones are going to look like. This Droid Bionic already has me drooling. I hope Moto gets their $h•t strait or I’ll be looking elsewhere for my next Android. Droid X has been a great phone. But every software upgrade has come with a new set of bugs. If this is going to be the norm for Moto, I might have to ride.

  3. Agree with Angela. I’m excited over this phone but I’ll wait until its rooted before I actually pick one up.

    I’m sure I’m not the only person who weighs the ability to root a phone into the decision to buy one. Why can’t these manufacturers get the message?

  4. I can’t wait for the droid bionic I have been waitin for this phone for months….I will hold out until they release it the more I read and see the pictures the more I want it….So hurry the heck up and get this phone out already…

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