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Droid Charge vs Android Lineup: Droid Bionic Still Missing?

April 17, 2022 | Maddy Rowe
Droid Charge vs Android Lineup: Droid Bionic Still Missing?

The decision of purchasing a mobile handset can be a hard and at times lengthy process, but really since the start of this year, the world of technology has been dominated by news of new phones and of course tablets. As well as Apple’s iPhone 4 trend and a possible iPhone 5 on the way, HTC, Motorola, Samsung, LG and so on are just a few more names to add to the list.

In recent weeks, we have brought you rumors regarding Apple’s next gen iPhone, the HTC Thunderbolt release which took place some 3 or so weeks ago and news of others such as the Droid Charge and Droid Bionic which are also on their way. But its the latter that we only spoke about 2 days ago, when our very own Debbie reported on the Bionic possibly never launching and a replacement of a Motorola “Targa” taking over instead. This ties in with news from via MobileCrunch who have today given news of a new leaked internal document from Verizon being spotted and the Bionic being left off.

Predominately, the leaked document shows the Droid Charge from Samsung, its impressive specs along with the big red Verizon’s speedy 4G LTE network which would run alongside that of the HTC Thunderbolt. Other Android phones to be seen include the Droid 2, Samsung Fascinate and the iPhone 4 from Apple.

Specifications for the Droid Charge which is something we have given you news on over the last month, do in fact have similarities to the Thunderbolt with many features including display size, rear camera amongst others but the one spec that the Charge has going for it, is that of “mobile hotspotting,” allowing it to connect up to some 10 devices with the Thunderbolt allowing 8.

What are your thoughts on Verizon’s leaked document? Will you be falling for the Droid Charge or have you already got the HTC Thunderbolt? Give us your feelings towards the possible non-appearance of the Bionic?

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