The Qinara was listed as having Android 4.0.3 installed and under Fingerprint, AT&T is listed. That carrier has offered both of Motorola's ATRIX models. The resolution of the screen is 720 x 1196 which indicates an HD 720p screen and the appearance of the on-screen navigation buttons used on Android 4.0. Had physical buttons been on the device, the resolution would have been 720 x 1280. The use of the S4 processor points to the phone offering LTE connectivity. Many Stateside units, like the AT&T HTC One X, have replace the quad-core Tegra 3 processor with the S4 since the former doesn't currently work well with LTE. Some tests have shown the S4 to outperform the competition. Additionally, the on-chip 4G might help Motorola users save some battery life.
The Motorola Dinara was originally tipped last July as a possible sequel to the then-unreleased Motorola DROID BIONIC. The model lines up with the device being tested on GLBenchmarks, MB886, and is said to be slimmer and lighter than the Motorola DROID BIONIC. A larger than 4.3 inch display is expected along with a side mounted power button and a rubberized back. Did we mention the 13MP camera expected to be on board?
source: BlogofMobile (translated) via Electronista