With the September 8, 2011 release date for the Droid Bionic fast approaching those who will be buying the latest Motorola device, will want to know just what the phone has to offer. Thankfully there is now an enlightening manual on the FCC website, so you will be able to download and have a look at the user’s guide. Looking at the specs they are as expected, well with one or two minor changes.
The manual confirms that the Bionic will come with a 1GHz dual-core processor, 4.4-inch screen, LTE, CDMA, GSM and also UTMS. There are many similarities with the Photon, but will only offer 2100MHz, which is lower than WiMax. The manual also has offered another little gem, and that is the back of the Droid Bionic is all ready for inductive charging.
Whenever we get a new device we just go straight in and start playing with it, we never bother with the user manual, but there are those who much prefer to spend at least an hour to get to grips with all that a new device has to offer, but those who already own an Android or Droid handset will already know all the basics. Still, there will be a time that you will need to consult the user’s guide, so why not get a head start by heading over to the FCC website.
The first part of the manual offers up an image of the Droid Bionic, which just goes over what each button does etc. Then you have the table of contents, which consists of 25 sections. These include things like Let’s Go, Home Screen, Apps and Updates, Calls, Tips and Tricks, Social Networking, Tools, Management, Security and so much more. It’s all there just waiting to be read.
While looking on FCC we can see that there is more to offer than just the users manual, there are also external and internal photos, as well as a few test setup photos. We just hope that this will be able to keep your mind of other handsets coming to market, such as the Galaxy S II? Samsung looks to be releasing their much-anticipated smartphone about the same time so will be interesting to see how the two will fare against each other. Choosing between the two is tough, as it will come down to so many factors, such as battery, performance, build quality and value for money.