As you may (or may not) recall, we crowned the DROID Bionic the most exciting device in Verizon's LTE lineup after playing with it at CES, but it appears that the version we saw might not be the version that'll end up in retail stores. Over the past few days we've heard countless reports that the device has been delayed (or even cancelled), and now a Motorola spokeswoman has reached out to the Wall Street Journal with this nugget of information:

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

Now, given previous rumblings, the natural conclusion to draw from this is that Moto is simply adding WebTop - the ATRIX's much-ballyhooed laptop transformation feature - to the Bionic. But while that would certainly make sense, another possibility is that Sanjay Jha and co. are upgrading the phone's specs - which are starting to pale in comparison to handsets like the Galaxy S II and EVO 3D - or simply cutting down on some of the Bionic's bulkiness.

What say you - what "enhancements" would you like to see Motorola make to the Bionic? Let us know via the poll below:

How would you improve the DROID Bionic?

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Update: Good news - Motorola just tweeted that they are indeed "incorporating enhancements" into the DROID Bionic. They also noted that the device is on track for a summer launch event.

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Source: WSJ via Droid Life