Motorola Dinara image leaks, smacks of AT&T’s Atrix 3

Motorola Dinara image leaks, smacks of AT&T’s Atrix 3

A new press-ready render of a Motorola handset has just arrived online, hinting at one of AT&T’s next big Android handsets.  Tied with a codename of Dinara, the phone has the look and feel of an Atrix successor for summer 2012.  The Verge, who obtained the details and image, advise that the smartphone includes a 720p HD display and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

As to when this handset makes its way to AT&T is unclear however The Verge suggests the July 26 date listed on the screen might be worth watching.  We see nothing to refute the suggestion at this point but caution against getting your hopes up.  The dates  that accompany press renders is more often not the actual release.

Rumors of a Motorola Dinara are nearly a year old now and have even been tied to Verizon in the past.  We’re not sure what the other specs are for the presumed Atrix 3 but we’d hope for dual-core 1.5GHz or better, 4G LTE connectivity, 16GB storage, and maybe a 3300mAh battery.

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