Verizon has officially announced the 5.9.902 update for the Motorola DROID Bionic. There have been rumors for a few weeks on just what Verizon had up its sleeve for the Motorola handset. There is some good stuff packed into this update, including more stability. The black screen lockups, camera lockups, idle resets and multimedia dock lockups should be a thing of the past. The update will add Amazon MP3 and the VCAST App Store. Also on the list of improvements are data, HDMI and Bluetooth connectivity. The battery life should also be enhanced. Unfortunately, this update won’t be bringing Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to the Bionic. We’ll let you know here at Talk Android when that update happens.
The update is 57.6MB in size, and is available if you’re part of the Motorola Feedback Network and have registered your DROID. If not, you should see the update go OTA in the next few weeks.