Lack of Droid Bionic release information, Verizon motives a mystery

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We recently informed you that the ultra in-demand Droid Bionic handset on Verizon could be launching next month in time for Independance Day come early July. However, the key word here is could, as Verizon continue to sit back at the expense of sheer consumer frustration.

We all know that the device received an initial delay, but that doesn’t excuse the fact that both Verizon and Motorola are refusing to drop any sort of official information on the device. We’d go as far to say that the Droid Bionic is probably the most anticipated Android handset in history after the Incredible, but the lack of information on Verizon’s part is nothing short of mindboggling.

Also See: Verizon Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 OTA update imminent

Do they really want to risk losing customers to AT&T and Sprint by continuing this tactic of ‘staying silent until the very last minute’? There will be a large group of consumers who will stay faithful to Big Red and purchase the handset no matter what, but we think there’s an equal amount of consumers who are thinking ‘enough is enough’ and are now considering their options in the smartphone market.

We’ve touched upon this before, but the very fact that there has been no brief release updates on the handset leads us to believe that they may be having some serious hardware problems with the device and that the reason they continue to alienate customers with a lack of information is that the handset is simply not ready for release yet.

Is this due to battery life and processor concerns due to the addition of a 4G LTE radio? – Nobody knows for sure, but they will be losing customers by the day if they continue with these silent tactics. If you are or ‘were’ planning to get a Droid Bionic this year, give us your thoughts on Verizon’s frustrating motives on the Droid Bionic.

Do you believe they are having serious technical problems with the device, or do you simply believe that they just want to sit back and see how bad consumers want the device first?

  • Anonymous

    I’m thinking the Samsung Function is looking pretty good and may even just wait for that even if the Bionic comes out first.  Motorola and Verizon could at least let everyone know what kind of upgrades they are supposedly making to a previously announced phone

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=43101297 Stephen Ignatious

    the tone of this article comes across as very juvenile…you are positing that Verizon is being intentionally malicious and then make it sound like a threat that people will switch to other carriers if they do not release the Bionic soon (even though people this devoted to the product will still drool over it regardless of what substitute they’d settle for)…as if they are holding it hostage or something! It is clear the release was delayed for a revision of design, and it is still in delay so it only makes sense they’re probably still working on it…not just making you squirm. Maybe they’re taking a little after Apple by keeping things under wraps.

    • http://twitter.com/thatguyfromny Paul McCarthy

      The author has a very valid point; at this time, Verizon has a responsibility to its customers to be more transparent about its product offerings, given that the network is now months behind the other networks in terms of available hardware. Customers on Verizon are now being offered “state of the art” LTE phones that have previous-generation, dated processors and hardware. Packaging LTE capabilities with old-style hardware does not make for a good phone, or a top of the line phone. The author is correct to state that customers are at this point considering jumping to other networks due to this delay… It wouldn’t be an issue if Verizon wasn’t half a year behind its competitors in releasing dual-core 4G phones. The least they owe their customers at this point is further information regarding a release date so that they can decide whether to stick around for the Bionic or jump ship to another network. This isn’t so much about the Bionic as it is about having access to a phone that is on par with offerings on other networks (I.E. dual-core 4G with a substantial amount of RAM and a good graphics processor).

    • Anonymous

      “comes across as very juvenile”?  It doesn’t seem like the author is
      accusing anyone of being “intentionally malicious”, with the exception
      of the last line of the article, which if you’ve read such articles that
      have a user comment feature, you should recognize as merely an intent
      to stir the pot to try to get people to react and comment.  The
      accusation of being juvenile seems to be more a reflection of your
      maturity than the author’s.

         Other than the aforementioned last question he poses, he seems to
      mostly postulate that the delay must be due to technical issues, of
      which he gives some possible examples.

         Also, I don’t see any tone of a “threat”.  He is simply stating the
      risk that Motorola and Verizon are running by not providing a date —
      namely, that people will grow impatient and go with a different phone
      and/or carrier.  This seems quite plausible, because I consider myself
      to be in the same boat.  If I know that the Bionic will be out in a few
      weeks, I will certainly wait.  However, if I might risk waiting months, I
      may give up and go with one of the many other attractive options out
      there.

         Personally, I suspect that the actual release may be later, rather
      than sooner, so by keeping it a mystery, this keeps many potential
      buyers’ hopes up that release may be coming any day now, and so we
      stubbornly hang on.  This is aided by the frequent rumors of quickly
      approaching release dates that various media sources keep putting
      forth.  I hate to admit it, but the tactic has been kind of effective
      for me, because I’m still holding out for the Bionic, instead of
      settling for, say, the Droid Charge, for instance.

  • Anonymous

    I am anxiously awaiting any new information on the Bionic but not to the point that I would downgrade my service by going back to AT&T or Sprint.  However, the Droid 3 is looking very good and would still be a worthy upgrade to my OG Droid.  There really isn’t enough information to speculate on why no new details are being released on this device so just be patient.  I’m sure, when the time is right, the floodgates will open and you won’t be able to open a package of toilet paper without reading a spec sheet on the Bionic first.

  • Anonymous

    I have been watching this very closely since it was announced in January at the CES and yes I have a life but you couldn’t help getting excited about this 4G smartphone and its original specs. Verizon has the best network and Motorola makes the best phones (don’t try debating me on this you are wasting your time :). I will wait kicking, screaming and holding my breathe for the Bionic. I just hope its true that they listened to customer feedback went back to the drawing board and made the enhancements that were needed. Also we could do without all the wanna be journalist with there nonsense and speculation. Just stick with the facts.

  • Leeds Allen

    I have been with VerizonWireless since the late 90′s.  During that time I have fallen in and out of love with them a number of times but right now they’ve really got me in a bind.

    I *really* want a 4G, dual core android phone with a front facing camera and an unlocked bootloader.  I understand that the bootloader may not be unlocked, but if I have to I’ll settle on that one point.

    The problem is that Verizon announced that their unlimited data plan will go away this summer.  That means that all of us have to lock in to a new 2 year contract sometime very soon or else we’ll have to pay a lot more money over the next 48 months.  I use WiFi everywhere I go but I still seem to use 6 to 10 GB of data over 3g at present.  Moving to 4g will certainly allow my usage to climb even more.

    So do I wait for the Droid Bionic and potentially miss the deadline to lock into an unlimited plan, or do I buy a lesser phone now and keep the good plan?  I assume this is the issue many, many of us are dealing with right now.

    • http://twitter.com/BreaEric Brea Eric

      How do you use 6 to 10GB of data on 3G?  Streaming video?  I use about 2GB a month and most of mine is Internet radio.

      • Leeds Allen

         I honestly don’t know what’s burning through all that data.  I watch the occasional youtube video, but in general I think the drain is mostly rouge android apps churning through bandwidth/batteries just for the heck of it.

        Along those lines, i recently removed all of my email accounts from the stock “mail” application on my droid.  I then installed K-9 Mail and re-added all of my email accounts.  The result was fantastic- Email still works the same for me (same polling frequency, etc) but now instead of 6 hours between charges, I get closer to 30 hours between charges.

        So perhaps it’s the stock email client in froyo that’s been my battery and bandwidth hog all along.  I guess I’ll know within a month if my data usage plummets…

    • http://twitter.com/BreaEric Brea Eric

      How do you use 6 to 10GB of data on 3G?  Streaming video?  I use about 2GB a month and most of mine is Internet radio.

  • Eric Dean Morse, RAA

    I think they are holding out on purpose, keeping their customers in a “hostage” situation… I’m frustrated since I have held back on upgrading my contract in the anticipation of this phone. Don’t know how much longer my existing droid will hold out…

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1368817799 Jerry Shade

    100% agree with this premise. In the last week I have considered 1) an iPhone, 2) a thunderbolt with extended battery, 3) a separate contract with AT&T  to get the Atrix. If I wasn’t extremely interested in the possibility of  a 100% hosted solution and complete cloud computing using my phone as my primary hardware, I would have replaced my Incredible already. If the July release date ends up being a hoax, I will probably either go with the atrix or do my experimenting with an iPad/zoom. 

  • Anonymous

    Well first off all you are making a lot of very kid like assumptions.  It seems to me that you think Verizon is being just plain mean with its customers or Moto having product issues.  What about design changes, additions to make the product better.  How about focusing on the fact that Motorola is willing to loose some customers because of comments like yours while waiting some time to make sure that the product they deliver is the best one possible.   I will be waiting for the bionic just because I want to, I love Motorola phones and the Bionic will be a great one.  But I am not hostage at all, I can go to any carries, get any phone I want…  I think the wait will be good as we will get the best product possible…

    • http://twitter.com/thatguyfromny Paul McCarthy

      The point more appropriately put, I think, is that Verizon seems to be consistently behind its competitors with its hardware offerings. While AT&T has had a dual-core 4G phone for about 6 months now (which is eons in terms of cell phone hardware), Verizon customers are still waiting for the phone. The other networks have modern technology in our phones while Verizon is still using previous-generation hardware bundled with its LTE chips/capabilities, and it’s not acceptable to their customers who want to have phones that are competitive with the other networks. There are no “kid like” assumptions here, only somebody who’s making an extremely valid point about a network that refuses to give us information about a product that should have been on their network 6 months ago. The wait has been long enough, and we deserve a competitive phone. The current LTE phones don’t make the cut at all.

  • Anonymous

    I agree there’s likely hardware problems that are keeping Vzw and Motorola silent, but frankly I do agree with the premise of the article that the silence will deplete the Vzw base if it continues.

    I’ve been with Vzw for 8 years. My contract ended a couple of weeks ago and except for our airport 4G LTE won’t be in Austin, TX for more than a year. I’m definitely considering Sprint who has an admittedly slower 4G presence here now. They are a bit cheaper and they also have the Photon, the Bionic’s brother. I voiced my concerns to a Vzw rep and they acted as if they couldn’t care less if I left them. That may be true, but it’s a terrible approach to customer service. 

    Leeds has the right concerns. If I stay, do I go ahead and get a Charge now or hold out and take my chances? Mr. Ignatious, say what you want, but timely information (or the lack of it) matters.

  • Anonymous

    I agree there’s likely hardware problems that are keeping Vzw and Motorola silent, but frankly I do agree with the premise of the article that the silence will deplete the Vzw base if it continues.

    I’ve been with Vzw for 8 years. My contract ended a couple of weeks ago and except for our airport 4G LTE won’t be in Austin, TX for more than a year. I’m definitely considering Sprint who has an admittedly slower 4G presence here now. They are a bit cheaper and they also have the Photon, the Bionic’s brother. I voiced my concerns to a Vzw rep and they acted as if they couldn’t care less if I left them. That may be true, but it’s a terrible approach to customer service. 

    Leeds has the right concerns. If I stay, do I go ahead and get a Charge now or hold out and take my chances? Mr. Ignatious, say what you want, but timely information (or the lack of it) matters.

  • Anonymous

    I agree there’s likely hardware problems that are keeping Vzw and Motorola silent, but frankly I do agree with the premise of the article that the silence will deplete the Vzw base if it continues.

    I’ve been with Vzw for 8 years. My contract ended a couple of weeks ago and except for our airport 4G LTE won’t be in Austin, TX for more than a year. I’m definitely considering Sprint who has an admittedly slower 4G presence here now. They are a bit cheaper and they also have the Photon, the Bionic’s brother. I voiced my concerns to a Vzw rep and they acted as if they couldn’t care less if I left them. That may be true, but it’s a terrible approach to customer service. 

    Leeds has the right concerns. If I stay, do I go ahead and get a Charge now or hold out and take my chances? Mr. Ignatious, say what you want, but timely information (or the lack of it) matters.

  • Anonymous

    I agree there’s likely hardware problems that are keeping Vzw and Motorola silent, but frankly I do agree with the premise of the article that the silence will deplete the Vzw base if it continues.

    I’ve been with Vzw for 8 years. My contract ended a couple of weeks ago and except for our airport 4G LTE won’t be in Austin, TX for more than a year. I’m definitely considering Sprint who has an admittedly slower 4G presence here now. They are a bit cheaper and they also have the Photon, the Bionic’s brother. I voiced my concerns to a Vzw rep and they acted as if they couldn’t care less if I left them. That may be true, but it’s a terrible approach to customer service. 

    Leeds has the right concerns. If I stay, do I go ahead and get a Charge now or hold out and take my chances? Mr. Ignatious, say what you want, but timely information (or the lack of it) matters.

  • Vanja Dolas

    I think you guys are missing a some-what great aspect of the way Verizon does business.  There are Very few things more frustrating then buying an amazing new phone, only to have a more amazing phone come out two months later.  This is something that most other carriers have to deal with. Verizon lets you get a new phone once every two years.. There is very little point in releasing a new flagship device every 2-3 months when most of your power-users can’t get another phone for 20 months without forking out ginormous amounts of money.

    I personally like knowing that even after a year or 18 months, the phone I bought will still be worth something.  I can sell a year and a half old Verizon phone for over $200 on eBay. Not many other carrier’s phones keep their value like that.

  • Anonymous

    I think its all about money

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Derek-Bros/1002750826 Derek Bros

    I have no idea what its about but now that sprint has announced their version of the bionic, im royally peeved.  The Atrix is already down to 99 bucks.  Verizon will launch the bionic at 249.99 to big fanfare eventually and act like its a great deal.  I love verzions coverage but there attitude toward their customers is nothing less them hostile.  If this phone doesnt have a solid date set before the end of june im leaving for sprint.

    • Jeffrey Bowker

      As am I. My contract ran out this month and I have no reason to sit around and wait on Verizion to finally release this phone. They have given their customers NO reason to wait around either. They have not announced WHAT the changes are (am I sitting around for a 512MB phone with dual 1Ghz or is it upped to 1GB and 1.2+Ghz?) nor have they given a time frame except “summer”. Why should I wait on the Bionic when I can get the Atrix, EVO 3D, Photon, etc this month? Their silence is deafening.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_RNXGSTCK2OBDX3VUMF46ZLVKLU Ralph

        So true. What is being upgraded?

        • Jeffrey Bowker

          Droid X. As far as 3G phones go, I had the Droid 1 and then upgraded to the Droid X. I enjoyed both of them; however, the Droid X has been a superb phone in every way. I am a huge Motorola fan, however, if they are simply delaying this phone to add more of Verizon’s bloatware (take a look at the Charge, Thunderbolt, and Revolution) then it is time to jump ship.

          Also, as for the Revolution…seriously Verizon? Bing? If I wanted Bing I would use a Windows phone!! Why on God’s Green Earth would you take off the native integrated Google apps and replace them with Bing?????

  • Maury Davis

    I am due for a new Smartphone in July with Verizon. I currently have the Droid 1. I am am really anxious to get the Bionic. I will wait on it for a month or so after, but not much longer than that. I am considering the Thunderbolt as an alternative, but I really don’t want to go that route because of the poor battery life I have been informed of.

    I think that Verizon and Motorola’s motives are, as you have asserted, hardware issues. I read somewhere that Motorola brought the whole thing back to the bench and are going with a different processor. 
    It’s all speculation I suppose, but neither Verizon or Motorola are fools. This is a certainty. To risk this much bad mojo in the consumer “good will” arena must point to some really serious issues with Bionic. Otherwise they would, one assumes, simply keep us informed to keep us interested.

    My thoughts are that if the issues are serious enough with the device, but Verizon & Motorola feel the issues are fixable, they might not want we Bionic hopefuls to lose our confidence outright in Bionic’s quality by letting us know too much about the issues right now. Maybe they are worried that uneducated end users would be unduly frightened by the technical details that would sound worse than what they really are to non-techs. In hearing about some really scary sounding hardware issues, we might all hit the “ABORT” button and go with an alternative device.

    That would be a real shame. Especially with all of the money and hard work put in on this device by Verizon and Motorola. In my experience Motorola puts out heavy duty, high quality devices with great battery life. That’s why am willing to wait a short time for them to get the bugs worked out.

    Maury Davis

     

  • http://twitter.com/grantstewartjr Grant Stewart

    I have been due an upgrade since Feb. and have been patiently waiting to see what is coming out.  The Bionic sounds like it is going to be fantastic.  I will wait a while longer and at that point I will have to commit to another phone.  I love Verizon and will stay there, but if lots more time goes buy I will be giving my commitment to apple or samsung.  

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_RNXGSTCK2OBDX3VUMF46ZLVKLU Ralph

    Verizon is really starting to annoy me and others I’m sure. They have yet to offer a decent 4G phone. The HTC Thunderbolt comes preloaded with all kinds of crap. The Droid Charge only has 1GB of usuable internal memory. ANd the LG revolution has Bing. Bing, Seriously? If I wanted a phone with Bing I would get a Windows 7 phone. I want a Google Android phone.

    • http://twitter.com/BreaEric Brea Eric

      The LG was rooted almost on release.  You can install whatever you want on it.  However, I hear ya brother it’s still not a good dual core!  I bought the Droid X2 because I promised my Incredible to my son.  My Incredible runs faster, is more stable, and has a sharper screen!  I’ll be returning my X2 to Amazon and hoping the Bionic comes out tomorrow.  I guess I’ll have to dig out my oh-so-slow original Droid to tide me over.

    • http://twitter.com/BreaEric Brea Eric

      The LG was rooted almost on release.  You can install whatever you want on it.  However, I hear ya brother it’s still not a good dual core!  I bought the Droid X2 because I promised my Incredible to my son.  My Incredible runs faster, is more stable, and has a sharper screen!  I’ll be returning my X2 to Amazon and hoping the Bionic comes out tomorrow.  I guess I’ll have to dig out my oh-so-slow original Droid to tide me over.

    • Jeffrey Bowker

      Ha-ha I see you share my viewpoint on Bing. What do you
      think possessed them to do something so stupid? That phone was doomed upon
      release with that “feature”.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WH6WYPK4YZPF3K754BPS5RDLPU Honest in Texas

    I have been waiting to use my upgrade on the Droid Bionic for months now, but if the damn thing doesn’t come out before the Galaxy S2 becomes available on AT&T–and if AT&T can beat Verizon’s price (which I’m sure they can)–I’m jumping ship.  It can’t be THAT much better anyway…

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1080964642 Chuck Hagwood

    Been waiting on the Bionic now for several months but am to the point I almost don’t care anymore. Beginning to think it will never make it to market as anything that has been talked about. I think I’ll start looking at every phone out there and see where the best phone is. Sorry Verizon but you’ve had LONG enough…

  • Rob Meyer

    Verizon isnt sitting back to watch its customers squirm. They want to increase their numbers and sell plans. I must say the lack of info on their part is really aggravating. Would I switch? Probably not (yet). Regardless.. They are not loosing any significant number of customers being only a small percentage of the market knows the bionic actually exists. Youd think the testers would at least start to really roll out leaks and info… All we have are some close ups and blurry shots.ehhh

    • http://twitter.com/BreaEric Brea Eric

      I agree… most people won’t hold out buying a phone if they don’t have a firm release date or if they don’t know it even exists.

    • http://twitter.com/BreaEric Brea Eric

      I agree… most people won’t hold out buying a phone if they don’t have a firm release date or if they don’t know it even exists.

  • Rob Meyer

    Verizon isnt sitting back to watch its customers squirm. They want to increase their numbers and sell plans. I must say the lack of info on their part is really aggravating. Would I switch? Probably not (yet). Regardless.. They are not loosing any significant number of customers being only a small percentage of the market knows the bionic actually exists. Youd think the testers would at least start to really roll out leaks and info… All we have are some close ups and blurry shots.ehhh

  • fred dubon

    I actually work for Verizon, and been waiting for the damn Bionic ever since January, if sprint releases the Photon 4g before than bionic, my whole family and I will be moving to sprint, their plans are cheaper, their phones are cheaper, and even know their 4g is kind of slow, I get around just fine with Verizon’s 3g, and I know that sprint’s 4g will be faster than Verizon”s 3g. Sorry Verizon, you’ll be losing 5 lines by the end of this month.

  • fred dubon

    I actually work for Verizon, and been waiting for the damn Bionic ever since January, if sprint releases the Photon 4g before than bionic, my whole family and I will be moving to sprint, their plans are cheaper, their phones are cheaper, and even know their 4g is kind of slow, I get around just fine with Verizon’s 3g, and I know that sprint’s 4g will be faster than Verizon”s 3g. Sorry Verizon, you’ll be losing 5 lines by the end of this month.

  • fred dubon

    I actually work for Verizon, and been waiting for the damn Bionic ever since January, if sprint releases the Photon 4g before than bionic, my whole family and I will be moving to sprint, their plans are cheaper, their phones are cheaper, and even know their 4g is kind of slow, I get around just fine with Verizon’s 3g, and I know that sprint’s 4g will be faster than Verizon”s 3g. Sorry Verizon, you’ll be losing 5 lines by the end of this month.

  • fred dubon

    I actually work for Verizon, and been waiting for the damn Bionic ever since January, if sprint releases the Photon 4g before than bionic, my whole family and I will be moving to sprint, their plans are cheaper, their phones are cheaper, and even know their 4g is kind of slow, I get around just fine with Verizon’s 3g, and I know that sprint’s 4g will be faster than Verizon”s 3g. Sorry Verizon, you’ll be losing 5 lines by the end of this month.

  • fred dubon

    I actually work for Verizon, and been waiting for the damn Bionic ever since January, if sprint releases the Photon 4g before than bionic, my whole family and I will be moving to sprint, their plans are cheaper, their phones are cheaper, and even know their 4g is kind of slow, I get around just fine with Verizon’s 3g, and I know that sprint’s 4g will be faster than Verizon”s 3g. Sorry Verizon, you’ll be losing 5 lines by the end of this month.

  • fred dubon

    I actually work for Verizon, and been waiting for the damn Bionic ever since January, if sprint releases the Photon 4g before than bionic, my whole family and I will be moving to sprint, their plans are cheaper, their phones are cheaper, and even know their 4g is kind of slow, I get around just fine with Verizon’s 3g, and I know that sprint’s 4g will be faster than Verizon”s 3g. Sorry Verizon, you’ll be losing 5 lines by the end of this month.

  • http://www.facebook.com/matthew.villalobos Matthew Villalobos

    I think Verizon just wants to give these other 4g phones a fighting chance because once the Bionic drops the other 4g phones will in all likelihood die.  And as someone said, once there is a definite release date, current sales of 4g phones will probably drop like a mofo in anticipation for the Bionic.  Not to mention, this is THE android phone to square up to iPhone 5 so it better be bomb diggity.  Any other dual core Android phones set to hit Big Red any time soon?  Not that I’ve heard… This secrecy SUCKS for us but it’s integral to Verizon’s current phone sales.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=869520233 Alan Ng

      You may want to keep an eye on the Nexus 4G Matthew.. looks like the new boss in town.

  • Benjamin Lineberry

    I’ve been waiting for the Droid Bionic to replace my old iPhone 3GS on AT&T. I wanted to go with the Bionic, but If the iPhone 5 comes out before the Bionic, I may just end up getting another iPhone. Hey Verizon, you snooze, you lose.

  • Joshua Bell

    Well my plan is up on July 4th.  So like you said i hope they have it out before Independence Day. So i guess i got to get another 4g phone. Thanks alot Verizon

  • Joshua Bell

    Well my plan is up on July 4th.  So like you said i hope they have it out before Independence Day. So i guess i got to get another 4g phone. Thanks alot Verizon

  • http://twitter.com/godfly13 James Hutchinson

    I’ve been able to upgrade since December, but haven’t because I’ve been waiting on the dual core phones to roll out, and one that has 4G capabilities.  I have til July when my new every two expires, and it doesn’t bother me a bit to go to AT&T and get a phone that I actually like.

  • Anonymous

    I have been waiting on this phone since Jan when it was announced at CES.  I currently have a HTC Touch Pro from sprint and have been looking to find a phone to replace it with and the Bionic caught my eye.   I would love to switch over to Verizon because of the 4G LTE network and not have to deal with Sprint’s WiMax 4G.

    I really hope that it gets released in July because this is just getting annoying now.  I think the Thunderbolt poor battery life and  the LTE outage really frightened Verizon so they want to make sure the Bionic is well tested to avoid a huge backlash of customers wanting their money back.  If this is true, then I understand why they are staying silent.  However at a certain point, Verizon should release an update to assure customers that the product is still alive and still planning to hit the market.

    I really think Verizon did a bad job of making the first 3 LTE devices like crap.  Why make 3 single core 4G phones when its OBVIOUS that the trend is heading towards dual core phones????  I think this is part of the reason why the Bionic is such a highly sought device and its Verizon’s fault for setting themselves up for this type of pressure.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Michael-J-Horst/1225283002 Michael J. Horst

    Release the bionic NOW. I have waited and waited for the bionic,but if I can’t get one very soon I will go to HTC !!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Michael-J-Horst/1225283002 Michael J. Horst

    Release the bionic NOW. I have waited and waited for the bionic,but if I can’t get one very soon I will go to HTC !!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Michael-J-Horst/1225283002 Michael J. Horst

    Release the bionic NOW. I have waited and waited for the bionic,but if I can’t get one very soon I will go to HTC !!

  • Membluess

    Release the bionic NOW. I have waited and waited for the bionic,but if I can’t get one very soon I will go to HTC !!
    Get the HTC thunderbolt if u can put up with the constant rebooting and software glitches that arent worked out yet, but if ur contract is up look at the Atrix. Its FAST and versital

  • Idiots

    Hey moron. What do you think about apple keeping its release dates top secret for a new IPhone? Do you think that Apple will lose customers because no one knows when a new product is coming out? Ill answer that and its no they won’t because when it does come out they will line up in front of the stores a day before its set for release. And this is because people love the phone and the same will happen for the Droid Bionic. so everyone needs to stop freaking out about not knowing the release date and just go with it.

  • Idiots

    Hey moron. What do you think about apple keeping its release dates top secret for a new IPhone? Do you think that Apple will lose customers because no one knows when a new product is coming out? Ill answer that and its no they won’t because when it does come out they will line up in front of the stores a day before its set for release. And this is because people love the phone and the same will happen for the Droid Bionic. so everyone needs to stop freaking out about not knowing the release date and just go with it.

  • Idiots

    Hey moron. What do you think about apple keeping its release dates top secret for a new IPhone? Do you think that Apple will lose customers because no one knows when a new product is coming out? Ill answer that and its no they won’t because when it does come out they will line up in front of the stores a day before its set for release. And this is because people love the phone and the same will happen for the Droid Bionic. so everyone needs to stop freaking out about not knowing the release date and just go with it.