First unveiled this January at CES, Motorola's flagship Droid Bionic smartphone will finally be available to consumers as of tomorrow. Featuring a dual-core 1 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM and a 4.3-inch qHD display, the Android phone utilizes Verizon's new LTE 4G network, which is claimed to be the fastest in the U.S. Its other specs aren't too shabby, either.
Owners of the Droid Bionic will be among the first people to use Motorola's new Zumocast app, that lets users remotely access videos, music, pictures and documents stored on their computers. The Webtop app, in turn, will let them transmit a Firefox web browser, emails or documents to an external monitor. Photos, videos and other content from the phone can also be viewed on a separate HDTV, via an optional HDMI cable. The phone can additionally serve as a wireless mobile hotspot, allowing up to five other Wi-Fi-enabled devices to share its 4G LTE signal.
The complete specs are as follows:
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