Motorola: Droid Bionic Not Canceled, Just Back On The Drawing Board

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Hey, would-be Droid Bionic owners! Don’t let the talk of the Bionic’s demise get you down too much; there might still be some hope for this one.

Last week, a handful of well-rooted whisperers in the handset community were all saying the same thing: the Droid Bionic was cancelled, with the Targa (or something similar) taking its place in Verizon’s upcoming lineup. According to Motorola, that’s not quite the case.

In a statement to the Wall Street Journal, an unnamed Moto rep said:

“Based on compelling feedback since the show, we are incorporating several enhancements to make this an even better consumer experience”

The “show” they’re talking about here is CES, where Moto first debuted the handset.

Of course, it’s worth mentioning that this statement is juuuust vague enough to mean… pretty much anything. “Incorporating several enhancements” could very well mean “We’re changing the body and some of the specs. Oh… and, purely coincidentally, we’re changing the name to ‘Targa'”.