A first render of the supposedly AT&T-bound Motorola Dinara has surfaced today. The Dinara has been rumored for a very long time, we first heard about it in July of last year. In the meantime, a version of it was released in China, but apparently it’s still going to go to AT&T as well.
It will have an HD touchscreen, will run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and will have support for LTE. Those are the only things we know right now about AT&T’s Dinara. Oh, and as you can see in the image below, it will feature on-screen software Android buttons, just like the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
The smartphone may end up being called Atrix 3 when it arrives, since it is the successor to the Atrix 2. Dinara is (if it wasn’t clear from the beginning) just a codename. Of course, AT&T and Motorola may decide to name it something else.
As for when it might get released or announced, the July 26 date seen on the render’s screen could be something to look forward to.
Now that the first leak has occurred regarding AT&T’s next Motorola flagship, expect many more to pop up soon.
Via The Verge
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