CES: Motorola Droid Bionic specs

Summary:At CES 2011, Verizon and Motorola unveiled the latest Droid smartphone, the Droid Bionic, which runs on Google Android. It's a 4G handset that has a 2GHz dual-core processor.

CES 2011

LAS VEGAS -- Verizon and Motorola on Thursday unveiled the latest Droid smartphone, the Droid Bionic, which runs on Google Android.

The 4G handset is a real barnburner, touting a 2GHz dual-core processor (if you're keeping track at home, it's the same one as that of the Motorola Xoom tablet) and 512 MB RAM.

More specs:

  • Adobe Flash Player and HTML5 support
  • Front-facing VGA camera
  • "See What I See" social video feature
  • Rear-facing 8-megapixel camera
  • Multiplayer gaming capabilities
  • 4.3-inch HD quality screen
  • "Console-quality graphics"
  • HDMI connectivity
  • Full 1080p support
  • "Mirror Mode" function for simultaneous streaming of video to the TV and on the device.
  • Support for corporate email, remote wipe and data security and encryption capabilities
  • Quickoffice for document review and editing, full calendar management, one-click access to conference calling

Topics: Hardware, Mobility, Networking, Smartphones, Verizon, Wi-Fi

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