Posted by Techtonicc
At CES on Wednesday, Verizon officially announced a ton of new phones that will be put on their new 4G network which is said to be up to 10 times faster than 3G. One of the smartphones announced that stood out to me was the DROID BIONIC. With this being the latest phone in the droid series, it has a lot to offer.
The BIONIC has a 4.3 inch HD touch screen display, and both front and rear facing cameras (rear is 8 megapixels). The phone will also have an HDMI output so you can watch all of your HD recorded clips on your television as well as purchase HD content and view it in full 1080p.
Besides this, the BIONIC’s most notable feature is its processor. A new rising feature in smartphones in the upcoming future is dual core processors and the DROID BIONIC will have one with both cores running at 1GHz. To people who do not know what that means, it will be running at about twice the speed of a regular smartphone. The phone will also have 512MB of RAM. These two features alone make this smartphone incredibly fast which will increase speeds while multitasking. To help out with graphics, the BIONIC comes with Adobe Flash Player and HTML 5.
This is said to be a work device so that being said, it will come with corporate email, data security and encryption capabilities. The phone will also have Quickoffice, full calender management, one-click conference calls, and tons of Google applications/services.
It’s hard to believe that a phone has come this far. Dual Core processor, HD camera, HTML 5, and game graphics that are console quality is insane. Verizon definatly is setting the bar for smartphones this year.
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