Rendered shot of the Motorola Dinara leaks out possibly indicating it's the ATRIX 3 for AT&T
posted by John V. / Jun 08, 2012, 11:27 AM
Dubbed as the Motorola Dinara in the meantime, it’s believed that the handset in question is prepping to be the successor to the Motorola ATRIX 2 (ATRIX 3 possibly?) – though, it’s unknown at this point as to which model name it’ll be attached with. Nevertheless, this is a totally new “Dinara” handset that’s gearing to make a name for itself.
phone is July 26th, which could hint to its possible release date with the carrier. Although specs are still in question in regards to this device, it’ll more than likely offer support for AT&T’s 4G LTE network – much like most of the top-shelf smartphones of late from the carrier. Lastly, we’re sure that everyone would be enamored to see this be graced with a newer version of Android, but it doesn’t seem likely to happen, as it’s boasting some variant of MOTOBLUR.
source: The Verge
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Good looking phone
posted on Jun 08, 2012, 11:44 AM 11
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I'm not sure if this would suite all my needs, after all, when I get hungry all I have to do is crack an egg on my Atrix 4G. The phone gets so hot I could probably fully cook an egg in 10min. But anyway, this looks pretty cool, but since it's Motorola, they'll screw the phone up with MotoBlur. :-P
posted on Jun 08, 2012, 11:52 AM 0
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Blur looks a lot better after the newest update. Don't knock it until you try it...
posted on Jun 08, 2012, 2:29 PM 2
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I guess that it'll be powered by TI OMAP 4470. 1.5 Ghz dual-core A9 GPU PowerVR SGX 544 Mp1 LTE
posted on Jun 08, 2012, 12:09 PM 5
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John, what are you smoking? That rendered phone is clearly running ICS.
posted on Jun 08, 2012, 1:11 PM 7
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Orly?! Look at the google search bar. It's transparent. ONLY ICS has that search bar. Look at the bottom where the navigation keys are. NOTICE HOW IT'S ON THE SCREEN. ICS is the only OS that offers that other than Honeycomb but that is tablet only. Also, the button to the app drawer is from ICS. Get your eyes checked bud.
posted on Jun 09, 2012, 1:15 PM 2
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Please hurry up and release the phone. It’ll probably come out in July so as not to compete with the release of the SGS III in June or the iPhone 11 or whatever they'll call it in September, either way... RELEASE IT PLEASE!!! Or at least officially announce it.
posted on Jun 08, 2012, 1:17 PM 2
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If I were to jump on Android, it would be from Samsung, Sony, or Moto. Outside of the original Atrix, Moto hasn't really produced a great Android for AT&T. Be wonderful to see this be that handset.
posted on Jun 08, 2012, 1:43 PM 0
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What I'm hoping for: 4.3-4.7" 720p s-lcd2 screen, 1.5 ghz s4 processor, 1-2gb RAM, 32gb on board storage, 13 mp camera w/ 2mp front, 2500+ mah battery, same build quality as RAZR (Kevlar back, screen, etc.), 4G LTE, and use the new Moto ICS which looks pretty decent compared to most. If they can put all that in and keep it under 9mm like how they did with RAZR MAXX this would be number one on my phone list. It is between this, SGS3, htc one x, new iPhone, and whatever WP8 Nokia and samsung bring to AT&T. Gonna be a great year for decisions.
posted on Jun 08, 2012, 1:48 PM 0
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2GB RAM and quad core should be the standard from here on out. Manufacturers must concentrate on improving battery life now that Android is number one on the market. A more integrated voice command app with a higher intelligence would help, too, although, I am not sure how many users actually use a voice command program. Do not put out the social crap on the phones - let the user do that. Battery not able to pull out is no big deal anymore to me, now that I have owned a DOID RAZR, but please, allow the user a chance to expand memory with a microSD card. This phone depicted is kind of boring, in looks, to be honest - reminds of the stale lineup that Verizon has - but, I am not sure how much more different a phone can look nowadays. I hope AT&T gets the RAZR soon with the same corned look that the original has.
posted on Jun 08, 2012, 1:59 PM 1
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anyone else think the at&t logo was a trackball at first? lol
posted on Jun 08, 2012, 3:22 PM 2
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I thought it was some sort of physical home button before I looked at the enlarged image.
posted on Jun 08, 2012, 4:09 PM 2
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