Motorola Atrix 3 aka Dinara getting ready for AT&T

Various handset manufacturers are constantly working on new hardware to tempt consumers to part with their cash, as soon as one new smartphone is released its not long before the next device is being leaked, and today we have news of the Motorola Atrix 3 aka Dinara is seemingly getting ready for AT&T.

As an article on The Verge is reporting it seems like Motorola’s next flagship smartphone for AT&T has been leaked. There has been rumours of a handset going under the codename of Dinara since the summer of last year, and a device going under the same name was launched in China late last year and was rumoured to be coming to AT&T ever since.

From the image that has been leaked it shows a display of either a 4.3 or 4.5-inches, and 720p HD running Android Ice Cream Sandwich and it seems the device is the natural successor to the Motorola Atrix 2. It also has on screen navigation keys so no hardware or capacitive buttons.

Going on previous leaks about the device the handset could come with the same 1.5 GHz Qualcomm S4 dual core processor that is also found in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S3 for the US, and the HTC One S. It has been suggested before that the rear camera could feature a thirteen megapixel sensor, and a two megapixel on the front for video calling.

While it can’t be guaranteed that the device in question will definitely be called the Motorola Atrix 3, looking at the image it shows the weather for Chicago and a July 26th date, so whether this is a little tease for when the device will be launching remains to be seen. We will hopefully hear more as we get further into summer and maybe some official confirmation may be provided.

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  1. I just found something regarding a probable quad core Atrix
    3 in the works. Forgot to capture the link, it was from February. So would suppose
    they want to be in the mix when the Galaxy S3 & iPhone 5 are rolling out?

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