Verizon Motorola Droid Bionic Smartphone has HTML5 and Adobe Flash
Hey Apple, we got something to tell you about the new Motorola Droid BIONIC 4G LTE Android smartphone that was announced at CES 2011 Show in Las Vegas, it comes with HTML 5 and Adobe Flash Player and there are no moans groans about it.
Motorola Mobility and Verizon Wireless announced its brand new 4G LTE smartphone called the Motorola Droid Bionic and come with many features such as a Dual-core Processor for the best internet browsing experience.
The dual core processor runs at a cool 1GHz giving you up to 2GHz or power and because this phone will run on the new 4G LTE network it will give you up-to 10-times the speed of 3G, it comes with 512 MB RAM and as said above HTML5 and Adobe Flash Player, you know the software Apple keeps saying no to.
Users of this smartphone will have multiple ways of staying connected such as the front-facing VGA camera for video calling, customers can share what they do via Wi-Fi or 4G with people such as photo-sharing thanks to the rear-facing 8-megapixel camera and video recording.
Features such as a 4.3-inch qHD quality touchscreen, HDMI connectivity that can be viewed via your TV in full 1080p, and thanks to DROID 4G’s Mirror Mode function you can stream video to the TV and on the smartphone.
You can even get the best out of multiplayer gaming capabilities thanks to the live peer-to-peer gaming, which means you can challenge friends, seems like the gaming console quality is coming to phones more often these days.
Other Main features Include: Corporate email function, Quickoffice, document review and editing, full calendar management, one-click access to conference calling, full suite of Google applications and services.
For more information on Verizon CES 2011 please visit website here, and more about the 4G LTE network please do check out this website. This new smartphone will release Q2 2011, for a hands-on look at this new handset please visit Android Central and check out their photo gallery.
Do you think Apple should worry a little considering the Motorola Droid Bionic comes with 4G LTE network capabilities, HTML5 and Flash?