Motorola Droid Bionic Promo Video Leaks Out

We’re getting closer and closer to the release of the Motorola Droid Bionic. I can almost taste it. Sadly though, we still have no official release date. Instead, what we have is a rumored release date of September 8th and a ton of leaked details, photos and other goodies to keep us excited. Well, another one of those goodies leaked out today in the form of Verizon’s ‘Rule All Machines’ Droid Bionic promo video.

It’s light on the details and heavy on the futuristic Droid stuff that we have all come to know and love and that makes me happy. There is also a QR code there at the end that you might want to try and scan. I’ve tried and can’t get it to work.

Droid Bionic

No release date is mentioned and the sound is near impossible to pick up but hey, a leaked promo video is a leaked promo video, right? It’s also yet another sign that things are in motion and we should see this thing get released in September as scheduled.

What do you think? Is this thing really going to ‘Rule All Machines’ or better yet, all smartphones? That possible $300 price tag has me worried.

Motorola Droid Bionic Promo Video

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Via: Android Central

  

Comments

  1. BrianB13 says

    The Bionic might rule for a month or so but that’s it.  Unless the rumors are all untrue, the HTC Vigor and LG Revolution 2 will be dual core 4g LTE devices that will be out in October and will kick the Bionic’s ass spec wise.  Then there might be the Nexus Prime and the Verizon SGSII variant (I hope it is the Celox) to throw into the mix if they turn out to be 4g LTE.     

  2. BrianB13 says

    Well, so much for that video,.  A friend just told me it was deleted and sure enough, it was.  Those rat bastards at Verizon!!  

  3. Guest says

    Saw a Bionic video on Androidcentral.com. It was only able to do 4.5 Mbps on Verizon LTE. Disappointing. Friend on TMO’s HSPA+ has been averaging 6.5 Mbps. I expect better.

  4. Joe says

    A bunch of people have said that that video doing 4.5 Mbps was with a low signal. It can do much greater than that.

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