Motorola Droid Bionic had its release on September 8th. The handset which is an Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread powered is a modified version of the one that was introduced during CES this year. The highlighted features of the handsets start with a 4.3 inch HD screen display with its stunning Gorilla Glass. The attachment shields the display from all kinds of scratches. The handset has two cameras fitted to it, one in the front aimed to give the user the luxury of video calling and one in the rear for an effective video capturing. The rear camera is having an 8 Mega Pixel lens. The handset comes with a preloaded Adobe Flash and also a mesmerizing 32 GB facilitating convenient data storage in the phone.
Apple iPhone 5 is expected to have the latest iOS 5 operating system which is certainly an updated one. The device will obviously feature a higher mega pixel integrated camera for video calling . The design will be made much thinner and the weight will be considerably reduced than the previous one. The camera will be most probably an 8 mega pixel considering the previous handset. The device will feature a 1080p video recording in addition to its dual LED flash. Motorola Droid Bionic has all it takes to take over iPhone 5.
Apple iPhone 5 will be a 4G compatible. The 4G support will be most probably offered through the AT and T networks. Motorola Droid Bionic excels or stands equal with Apple iPhone 5 many attributes. The handsets are equally qualified enough to be considered as the most efficient gadgets released under the same category. The price for the handsets in the Indian markets is yet to be revealed, but it's somewhat sure that the handsets will have a similar price tagging or will demonstrate a competitive price in India tagging which hopefully will be good for the customers here.