Where is the Droid X 2 & Bionic on Verizon

For all the Verizon faithful out there waiting to see what smartphones are on offer Spring/Summer 2011, Verizon released the guide yesterday. However, the Droid X2 and Bionic are nowhere to be seen.

Smartphones like the DROID Charge and LG Revolution are featured in the guide as “Coming soon!”, but the first two dual-core devices are absent, with no indication as to why.

Yesterday, we did an article on the possible Verizon release dates for the LG Revolution, Xperia Play and Droid X2 — see article here. Whilst, for the LG Revolution and Xperia Play it appears the release dates could be true, the no show of the Droid X2 on the guide leaves us in some doubt as to whether it will release on the 12th as hoped. Also, has the Bionic been cancelled by Verizon in favour of the Targa?

The Verizon guide was brought to us by way of Droid-Life and shows the first WP7 device – HTC Trophy, is there sitting proud with the Droid Incredible 2, but there is no dual-core handset to be viewed. See full guide.

So what do you think of Motorola‘s Droid X2 and Bionic not being shown on the guide? Do you think we will see a release by Verizon in the near future? Please let us know your thoughts below.


4 thoughts on “Where is the Droid X 2 & Bionic on Verizon”

  1. tired of waiting says:

    So everyone is patiently waiting for duel core. I know I am and it sucks to know evrything is delayed or scrapped. Do u really think Verizon is in a rush to release anything duel core? Hell no! They know how much money they will lose if they release any. Shattered hopes and dreams. Stop teasing us!!!!

    1. Tyler says:

      Nope, the HTC Thunderbolt has a 1000MHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8655 Processor. I didn't see anything saying that it was a dual core processor.

  2. MsCrackerjack says:

    TB is NOT Dualcore. 🙁 I have BlackBerry now, and I hate it. I was so excited earlier this year when I realized my upgrade date was in line with the Bionic's release. Now, I can't decide what to do (settle on a Droid X which will be clearly inferior when the 2 and/or Bionic comes out??). I think pushing it back is ridiculous.

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