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Motorola Droid Bionic Coming To Verizon September 8 For $299.99

by Emily Price | September 7, 2011September 7, 2011 7:00 am PDT

If you’ve been waiting to pick up a Droid Bionic, tomorrow is your big day. The Android phone is slated to officially go on sale tomorrow, priced at $299.99 with a new 2-year contract.

We’ve known the Droid Bionic’s release date for a little while now. The $299.99 price tag was the real shocker with today’s official announcement. A lapdock (similar to the one available for the Atrix) is also available for the Bionic, running $299.97. If you decide to commit to the lapdock and the handset at the same time, Verizon will cut you deal, offering a $100 mail-in rebate for those customers who also make the commitment to a 5GB of higher data plan.

Spec highlights for the 4G handset include a dual-core 1GHz Tl OMAP processor, 1GB of RAM, and an 8-megapixel built-in camera. Check out all the Bionic details, and tell us what you think in the comments below. Is the Droid Bionic pocket worthy?

Droid Bionic Specs

  • Powered by Android™ 2.3.4 Gingerbread
  • Dual-core 1 GHz processor and 1 GB of RAM
  • 4.3-inch qHD screen using scratch-resistant Corning® Gorilla® Glass and dual-layer anti-reflective coating
  • 8-megapixel autofocus camera with flash and 1080p HD video capture
  • Front-facing camera for video chat over 4G LTE, 3G or Wi-Fi
  • MOTOPRINT app to print via Wi-Fi-enabled printers
  • Mirror Mode with HDMI out (HDMI cable required) supporting 1080p HD video playback
  • Multi-window options for multitasking with ease when using the Webtop application
  • Business Ready with advanced security policies; resizable and scrollable email, calendar and task widgets; device and SD card encryption; and Citrix® GotoMeeting® and Citrix Receiver™
  • Adobe® Flash® pre-loaded
  • HTML 5 capable
  • 32 GB memory: 16 GB on board and 16 GB microSD™ card pre-installed (actual formatted capacity is less)
  • Support for up to 32 GB microSD cards
  • Supports wireless charger

Emily Price

Emily has been obsessed with computers since the early 80s when she discovered she could play Ghostbusters on her father's Commodore 64. She...