Motorola Dinara to be Verizon’s Next Big Android?
The rumor mill has started to spin again this week, this time giving us a glimpse towards the specifications of a new Motorola phone for Verizon. The device, known internally as the Dinara, will supposedly run Android 2.3 Gingerbread, pack 1GB of RAM, and be powered by a TI processor (the processor of choice for Motorola Android phones). Other specs include a 13-megapixel camera coupled with a VGA (640×480) front facing camera, and a slim design that will resemble the Motorola Bionic.
The phone packs a surprise (however in many Android lovers eyes, the first con on this otherwise remarkable phone) which is the fact that it will have a non-removable battery. If it hurts your eyes to not see the contraption powering your device, then you should shift your glaze to the Dinara’s HD screen, which is slightly bigger than the Bionic’s. That means a resolution potentially 720p or higher!
While this is still a rumor, the Dinara looks to be heading towards Verizon this winter.
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