Motorola Droid Bionic Video Reveal: Shows Speed & Boot Sequence

The Motorola Droid Bionic is one of the smartphones that continues to excite us and at OSM we’ve been keeping readers well informed with developments. Recently we’ve given you details of a very likely release date and price, information about specs and features from a leaked manual and also some leaked images. However today we have the first clear sighting we know of, of the Droid Bionic on video.

The video, which you can see below this story shows the boot sequence of the Motorola Droid Bionic and gives an idea of the speeds users will be able to see on the Verizon 4G LTE network. It came to our attention from Rob Jackson over on Phandroid and it’s pretty encouraging stuff as for quite some time we wondered if or when the Bionic would ever see the light of day. The video is just over 2 minutes and on viewing you will be able to see that even though only 1 bar of connectivity is showing the speed looks pretty impressive.

On August 9 we gave details of another leaked image of the Bionic that displayed a speed test app revealing significant download and upload speeds and this video is further assurance. The video also briefly shows the latest MotoBlur version which Phandroid’s source claims is a clear improvement on the previous version. Ultimately this timely video will provide a lot of reassurance to those who’ve waited for the Droid Bionic, that their wait may have been worthwhile.

You may remember we also told a few days ago how the front page on the Verizon website briefly showed the Motorola Droid Bionic with a “Rule All Machines” tag, although it soon disappeared again. We just took another look at the Verizon website and sure enough the Droid Bionic is now there for all to see. Take the link here to see for yourselves. You might also be interested in a recent comparison of ours of the Droid Bionic vs. the HTC Amaze 4G.

Take a look at the video showing the Bionic below and we’d also be interested to hear your thoughts. Are you glad that you waited for the Motorola Droid Bionic? Let us know with your comments.