Droid Bionic New Official Teaser & Site Show: Still on Track

Over the last few months our enthusiasm for the Motorola Droid Bionic, coming to Verizon, has known no bounds. Today we have news to reassure you that the Droid Bionic is still on track for its September release as marketing has stepped up with an official teaser video and it is now also shown on a Verizon TestMan site.

Even as we approach its release more news still continues to flood in and we’ve recently informed you about a video reveal, expected release date and price and a manual showing more specs and features. On to today’s news though and first off we have news of a Motorola Droid Bionic video teaser, which is pretty impressive stuff even if we don’t actually get a look at the handset itself. You can see the video below this story and as you’ll be able to spot, this is obviously a major marketing campaign with a lot of money being spent so Motorola obviously has a lot of faith in this product.

The news came to us from Kellex over on Droid-Life and the video contains the “Rule All Machines” that is now also on Verizon’s website. The best part comes at the end when the word ‘September’ is flashed up so that should wipe out any doubts that anybody still has about a release very soon. In more Droid Bionic news we can tell you that another sign that the release is still coming is given away by the fact that an internal Verizon site used by employees, TestMan, now also shows the Droid Bionic.

Phone Arena, sourced from Verizon, tells how the site shows a price of $99,999.99 but don’t panic, it’s merely a placeholder and the price is still expected to be $299.99 on contract. The fact that it’s listed, alongside the LG Enlighten, is a good sign though, as handsets don’t usually make TestMan until very close to release.

The signs are still looking promising then for that rumored release date of September 8 and it shouldn’t be too much longer until an official unveiling at last. Are you still waiting for the Droid Bionic? What has convinced you to hold on for so long as other smartphones have come and gone? Let us know with your comments.