Motorola Droid Bionic Launch Delayed

Motorola has confirmed to the Wall Street Journal that the released date of the Motorola Droid Bionic has been pushed back beyond the anticipated Q2 window as the company looks to make improvements to the device that was just recently rumored to be canceled.

Motorola Droid Bionic

While recent speculation about the cause for the delay/cancelation rested on problems with the Tegra 2 as well as issues with Verizon’s 4G network, Motorola is attempting to put a positive spin on things saying that real reason is:

Based on compelling feedback since the show, we are incorporating several enhancements to make this an even better consumer experience.

So it could be those things, it could be something else, but whatever the case is, the Droid Bionic is not going to be out until July at the very least and when it does finally it shelves, it probably won’t be the same device that we saw at CES.

It looks like Verizon customers are just going to have to be content with the HTC ThunderBolt, LG Revolution and Samsung Droid Charge for now.

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Comments

  1. agrsk8r says

    I won’t be content with those phones. I’m just gonna sit on my original Droid until this bad boy comes out. Some improvements I’d like to see are a better front camera and 1GB of RAM. Those are the main complaints I’ve heard over and over.

  2. Mschlemma says

    This would be why I jumped on a tbolt this past weekend – loving it! Hope Gingerbread makes my battery last longer though…

  3. motorola droid says

    The above assumed specs are somewhat wrong. Leaked pics of bionic’s camera clearly read ‘1080p hd’ & since moto photon has 1gig ddr2 ram & expandable memory up to 48 gigs (as advertised on the commercial), the bionic is sure to have at least as much memory. Think about it…there’s no secret to photon’s KILLER specs so why such secrecy about bionic’s? It’s specs are most likely even better!

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