Motorola Droid Bionic is the first 4G home run

Motorola's new Droid Bionic fuses power specs and seamless functionality, BGR's Jonathan Geller says in his piece-by-piece review.

The Motorola Droid Bionic for Verizon Wireless combines everything you might want in a phone into a single, lust-worthy package.

Verizon Wireless has launched several 4G phones now, but they've all had shortcomings in size, weight or battery life. The Droid Bionic finally gets it right, with 4G LTE service, a supersized 4.3-inch display, smooth software integration and all the other features Android fans have been coveting. Here's my piece-by-piece review of the phone that takes Verizon's 4G to the next level.

Last updated September 20 2011: 1:27 PM ET
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