Rendered shot of the Motorola Dinara leaks out possibly indicating it's the ATRIX 3 for AT&T

Rendered shot of the Motorola Dinara leaks out possibly indicating it's the ATRIX 3 for AT&T
The first time we heard about the Motorola “Dinara,” it was nearly a year ago when it was rumored to be the successor to Motorola’s first 4G LTE smartphone – the DROID BIONIC for Verizon Wireless. However, today brings forth some additional news surrounding the mysterious Android powered smartphone, but this time around, it looks as though it’s heading to AT&T’s lineup.

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.

If you look closely at the leaked rendered image, the date on the 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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ATRIX HD
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  • Camera 8 MP (Single camera) 1.3 MP front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus 1GB RAM
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  • Battery 1780 mAh
  • OS Android 4.1

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