Motorola launched a deluge of mobile goodies at CES this week, including its XOOM tablet and a number of smartphones for various carriers. While the Atrix and Cliq 2 are certainly worthy of merit in their own right, the Droid Bionic represents one of the first 4G LTE-capable handsets for Verizon Wireless.
The Droid Bionic boasts a dual-core processor, with each core running at 1GHz. The device also features a front-facing video camera with videoconferencing capabilities, HD video capture and several business features that make it ideal for enterprise users, says AtomStack. The Droid Bionic comes equipped corporate e-mail, data security and encryption, and remote wipe.
Due in the second quarter with no pricing as of yet, the Motorola Droid Bionic also includes the following key specs: