Other interesting features include a lock button on the side and Holy Cupertino Batman! The battery will not be removable.Will this be LTE enabled? Nothing has been said so far, but we would expect 4G connectivity on a device of this stature. There is also the chance that this will end up being offered on multiple carriers. The Motorola Dinara is allegedly under development and since Ice Cream Sandwich has not been disseminated, it is Gingerbread running the show for now. According to the sources for Droid-Life, they are looking for a winter release for the phone. Now we have something to look forward to once summer ends!
If this turns out to be true, those Verizon customers who have their update all cleaned and spiffed up, ready to be used when the Motorola DROID Bionic launches, will have to stop and consider whether a Bionic in the hand is worth a Dinara coming just a few months later.
Post #283 on Howard Forums has some updated info on this phone and it appears to be Motorola Model MB886 for AT&T. It will be loaded up with Android 2.3.4 with a dual-core processor,1 GB of RAM, a 13MP rear camera, and a front-facing one too. The power button is indeed on the side and there is a rubberized back. At least this makes life easier for Verizon customers with an update!