We can’t say we haven’t seen Verizon’s redesigned Motorola Droid Bionic until now. The handset has appeared in photos and renders a few times, but it’s always good to see more of it. Three fresh images have been spotted over at Droid-life, showing the Bionic next to the Samsung Droid Charge (which is already available at Verizon).
The Droid Bionic seems to be a bit bigger than Samsung’s device. This may mean it has a 4.5 inch screen, not a 4.3 inch one (but we can’t be sure about that until Motorola says so). All will be clear in early September, when the new Bionic – codenamed Motorola Targa, as you can see in one of the photos below – is finally going to hit the shelves.
Before the Droid Bionic is launched, Verizon may introduce a new Android smartphone from LG, namely the LG Enlighten – which is nothing more than a QWERTY-equipped LG Optimus Net rebranded for Verizon.
The LG Enlighten runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread and features a 3.2 inch HVGA display, Wi-Fi, GPS, 3.2MP camera, and 800MHz processor. Reportedly, the smartphone will be available starting August 25. More details soon.