Motorola Droid Bionic Release Date Delay, Due to CES Feedback

By Jamie Pert - Apr 20, 2011

In a previous post we bought you news about the Motorola Droid Bionic, which had its release date held back. Now we can reveal that the reason for the delay appears to be because of the feedback received at CES.

SlashGear say that the delay will allow Motorola to make enhancements to the device as a result of the feedback that was given at CES, which makes us think that the Droid Bionic was not up to standard when experts got their hands on it.

A Motorola spokesperson said “Based on compelling feedback since [CES], we are incorporating several enhancements to make this an even better consumer experience.” We do not know whether the Consumer Electronics Show found faults in the phone or whether they suggested that it needed more refinements, however the problems must have been pretty substantial to cause such a delay.

At the moment there is no word of when the device will be released and also no way of knowing what Motorola intend to add to it in order to make it a ‘better consumer experience’, however it has to be said that in the long run the frustrating delay is better than Motorola releasing a sub-standard smartphone.

Will you wait for the Motorola Droid Bionic?

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