There seems to be no shortage of information concerning the Motorola Droid Bionic these days, and new images are hitting the internet faster than a fat kid at the dessert buffet. Today brings us an image of the Bionic running SpeedTest.net’s Android app and reporting some serious download and upload speeds. The image doesn’t reveal much more or even provide a full look at the handset, and to be fair we can’t tell if the reported speeds are linked to WiFi or the phone’s 4G LTE radio, but we suspect one zippy device nonetheless. The image, courtesy of YodaDroid of Android Forums, also comes with word of much improved battery life. It is claimed that the battery lasts over 15 hours with moderate use. We’d take that on any phone, but if a dual-core, 4G LTE, 4.3-inch beast can have that type of longevity, well, that’s something special. Head on over to the source link below to join in on the discussion as we’re sure more reveals will be coming leading up to the launch of this highly-anticipated handset.
[via AndroidForums | Thanks, tehsusenoh and YodaDroid!]
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