Everything seemed hunky dory for the Motorola Droid Bionic‘s launch in the second quarter of the year, where some people have even seen it appear in a bunch of databases. Well, not everything is as it seems, since there are now rumors swirling about that the Droid Bionic might actually be canceled due to problems with the hardware, where it might just be replaced by the Motorola Targa. The Droid Bionic will sport a dual-core processor, and along with its bunch of specifications, some people might even call it the Atrix 4G Lite. Said phone has been touted to develop a slew of issues during its testing phase, and it won’t bode well for Verizon if the company rolls out a handset that is plagued with so many problems right from the get go. Perhaps a more stable LTE model would do better in the larger scheme of things? All in all, we are looking forward to an official statement on the situation – or perhaps, for the Droid Bionic to be announced in a press release somewhere, sometime down the road.
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