We’ve been hearing rumors of the Motorola Dinara, a phone with a reported 12-megapixel camera, an 720HD display and Android 4.0, since last year. The phone has already been released in China, but continues to tease those of us on U.S. shores. Today, The Verge received a picture of the reported Dinara with AT&T’s (Deathstar) logo printed right on the front. Motorola doesn’t have a ton of devices on AT&T, but two of the more popular models have been the Atrix and Atrix 2, which leads us to wonder, is this the Atrix 3?
The picture of the Dinara/Atrix 3, shows off a simplified MotoBlur type skin on top of Android 4.0, but it doesn’t appear to be as dramatically different as say HTC’s Sense 4 or Samsung’s latest version of TouchWiz. We can still see the on-screen navigation buttons, the stock app drawer button and icons that have undergone a simple color change. One area of interest is the clock widget that says “July 26.” While this may mean absolutely nothing, it’s not unheard of for OEM’s to place the release day of a device on its screen via a widget.
According to the Verge, like the latest crop of powerhouse smartphones to land on AT&T, the Dinara/Atrix 3 will also support 4G LTE (and we presume HSPA+). What do you all think? Do you like the latest version of the Atrix or would you rather pick up the HTC One X?
Source: The Verge