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There have been mixed signals over recent weeks, from speculation that the Droid Bionic was to be abandoned altogether in favor of the Motorola Targa, then to the webpage for the Bionic being removed from the Motorola website. Clint Boulton over on eWeek has put together a handy slide show on possible other reasons for the delay of the Droid Bionic.
One reason considered is that the Motorola DroidBionic was just too similar to the HTC Thunderbolt that was recently released, also on Verizon. To give the Droid Bionic a better edge it’s also speculated that Motorola will update it instead to run on Android 2.3, Gingerbread, the very latest Android OS. After the battery issues for the HTC Thunderbolt it’s also possible that Motorola is considering an improved battery for the Bionic or Targa.
Meanwhile Kellex over on Droid-Life took a look at the Motorola first quarter earnings call and questions asked of Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha. There are some details on the Motorola take of the Droid Bionic delay, one reason being a 4G issue, and an assertion that the Droid Bionic is still to be released in the summer, at the same time as the 4G LTE Motorola Xoom tablet.
Motorola Mobility CEO Sanjay Jha said the phone would launch in the second quarter. Mobile phone parts dealer named Global Redirects Parts posted some comparative pictures Motorola Droid Smartphones, showing that Motorola Droid 3 does exist.
The leaked photos shows that Motorola Droid 3 will be identical to the Motorola Droid and Motorola Droid 2 but it will have some noticeable changes – bigger 4 inch touch screen, as compared to the previous models 3.7 inch displays and a front-facing camera along with updated design. Furthermore the retailer used a codename – Targa for this device, hopefully by mistake because, we all know that Motorola Targa is the codename for Motorola Droid Bionic, which is to land this summer. The codename for Motorola Droid 3 is Solana.
By. Android Phone Tips