The Motorola DROID Bionic was a remarkably hyped piece of equipment last year. After its unveiling at the Consumer Electronics Show in 2011, it took several months, and plenty of revisions, before it finally appeared on Verizon’s shelves. Unfortunately, lackluster hardware, and plenty of other devices to choose from, made the Bionic not as popular as Motorola or Verizon probably would have liked. But, there could be evidence that they’re pushing ahead with a sequel, anyway.
Or, there could just be evidence of nothing of the sort. According to a report from Droid-Life, a new placeholder spot on Asurion’s open enrollment page for Verizon customers shows a device listed as ‘DROID Bionic 2′ in the enrollment options. This could give anyone out there the thought that Motorola and Verizon could be thinking about doing the impossible. But, as is also pointed out, this could be a placeholder for the DROID Bionic option that comes without a 16GB microSD card.
There have been other sequels to device that some may think didn’t necessarily believe deserved one, but this would be a very bold move by Motorola and Big Red. Of course, we haven’t heard any rumors regarding a DROID Bionic 2 quite yet, so that would be a good indicator that nothing new is on the way. Or, it could be an amazing secret. Who knows.