It looks like the Droid Bionic will finally see the light of the release date, soon with accessories and a webstore front (which is now gone).
The official Droid Bionic Twitter confirmed that the Droid Bionic will have a September 8, release date by tweeting "On September 8th 2011, the Motorola Droid Bionic will be in your hands." The Twitter account later confirmed, "No preorders yet. The wait is almost over." On Monday, the account was proven to be bogus by Sascha Segan.
Leaked documents show new Droid Bionic accessories including the a WebTop adapter, HD station/dock and Motorola Lapdock. The webstore confirmed Droid Bionic specs.
They released and then removed webstore for the Droid Bionc showed that the Droid Bionic slightly thicker than the Droid X . Spec for the Droid Bionic by Motorola, item number MOTXT865 were showed to be:
- 4G LTE speed and dual core 1GHz processor.
- Multitask and use large screen and keyboard with Web top app.
- Watch streaming video on 4.3" qHD screen or record in 1080p HD.
The Webtop Adapter connects to Bionic's HDMI and micro USB port, and then running an HDMI cable from it to a TV or monitor.
The screenshots are difficult to read . Therefore, here is the text what Webtop applicaiton accessories do:
Maximize What Droid Bionic Does
Webtop Application Accessories.
Simply dock or connect the Droid Bionic using a webtop enabled accessory and then:
- Compose long e-mail or text messages.
- Edit or create documents and presentations.
- Multitask with multiple windows open.
- Edit photos.
- Make or take calls without interrupting work.
- charge the phone while connected or docked.
Stay protected by placing them bionic into the Lapdock, an all-in-one solution, to operate everything on the phone using a full-sized keyboard, a 11.6 inch screen and a trackpad for navigation. You can also browse full versions of your favorite sites, respond to emails efficiently, view and edit photos with more screen real estate and make the most of social networking sites from just about anywhere.
HD Station (Home/Office)
with three USB ports, the HD Station lets you connect peripherals like a wired mouse, keyboard, or printer making it super convenient to access phone content, books and documents. This means pics, docs, & files can be edited online and shared/posted to social networking sites. Even better when the webtop application is not in use, the HD Station can be used as a docking station to charge the Droid Bionic.
quickly create, edit, or share PowerPoint presentations, photos or videos where every monitor or HDTV is available. Imagine how handy it could be to give a presentation or collaborate with others in a meeting adjustments can be made on the spot using a wireless keyboard and mouse. Simply connect the phone and the adapter to an HDTV monitor via an HDMI cable and it's ready to go!