By Chit Agustin April 21, 2011 0 23 0 1 The highly anticipated Motorola Droid Bionic was one of the most cutting-edge smartphones announced at CES 2011. Originally, it was scheduled to be released on Q2 of 2011, however, its debut has been deferred as of this moment for certain reasons. According to Wall Street Journal, the company’s reason to delay the unveiling of the Droid Bionic was to make some changes and incorporate some improvements based on the feedbacks from the Consumer Electronics Show last January. Advertisement Also, there is hearsay that the reason why its debut will be delayed is because of some glitches with regard to its processor. Whatever the reason is, we don’t have a choice but to wait. The Motorola Droid Bionic will be running soft served Android 2.2 Froyo and features 1 GHz NVIDIA Tegra dual core processor that can bring the smartphone up to 2GHz of processing power, 4G LTE which is 10x faster and better than 3G, sporting a 4.3-inch qHD display, an 8 MP low-light–capable camera with HD video capabilities and a front-facing camera that will allow you to use video calling or video chat. Moreover, the Droid Bionic will be exclusively distributed by Verizon Wireless. As of the present time, we still don’t exactly know what changes will be made on the Droid Bionic but for sure it will be all good for a better customer experience. Any thoughts? Perhaps an upgrade to compete with the almighty Samsung Galaxy S II? Source: AndroidCommunity, WJS 0 23 0 previous postInterview with Airpush – the Future of Mobile Advertising?next postFinally, Toshiba’s Honeycomb Tablet is Now Official!