The last time we heard about the Motorola DROID Bionic, Moto said that it was being delayed a bit but would be coming in the summer with a few enhancements. Now the Bionic is back in the news after being spotted over at benchmarking site Nenamark late last night. One of the most interesting things revealed by the Nenamark test is that a PowerVR SGX 540 GPU was used, just like in the DROID 3 test, meaning that Moto may end up using a dual-core TI OMAP 4430/4400 processor in the Bionic instead of a Tegra 2. Android 2.3.3 was also present on the Bionic at the time of the test, which is good news for anyone looking forward to the device's arrival this summer.
The strange thing about this Nenamark score, though, is that normally the test produces a low, average, and high score. This time, though, there's just a flat score of 24. As Droid-Life points out, there are a couple of likely causes for the low score: either the Bionic's testing is just getting started or the test was started and then abruptly ended before it was over. Whatever the reason, it's still good to see the Bionic undergoing testing, especially because we may be getting an idea of the "enhancements" that Moto alluded to. Who's still excited about the Bionic?