It seems like we've been hearing about a Motorola device headed to AT&T codenamed "Dinara" for eons now. A new press shot of this elusive device has now fallen into the hands of The Verge, and it shows a very different handset than the one sharing the same codenamed that was released in China last year.


As you can see, this device is definitely running Ice Cream Sandwich, with a seemingly tolerable version of Motoblur (or whatever they're calling it these days) slapped on top of it. It's rumored to have a 720p display, and is said to be the newest successor in the Atrix line, though we're not sure if it will be called the Atrix 3, Atrix HD, or something entirely different.

Like with all leaks, other details are scarce at the moment, so possible pricing and availability information is nowhere to be seen. Guess we'll just have to wait and see how it all pans out.

[The Verge]

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  • fixxmyhead

    Motorola junk

  • Paul_Werner

    Motorola Diarrhea 

  • Xeneize480


  • Flaime DeFeo

    Actually, from the limited amount seen in this picture... it doesn't look half bad. Actually, I think the transparency looks kind of cool. Except for the icons, maybe.

    I am a full supporter of keeping things stock, and I'm a proud GN owner. But so far so good with this

    • Alan

      I agree, it seems as though some manufacturers seem to be toning down their UIs in favour of a more stock appearance with just a few widgets and apps of their own, unlike the truly hideous Sense UI that HTC slapped onto the One Series. 

  • ericl5112

    Doesn't look great, and no thanks to the on screen buttons.  Especially when they bezel real estate is simply taken up with an AT&T Logo.


    Notbad, but the Galaxy S III's RAM is calling my name

  • celestre

    Yes!! On screen buttons, finally!

  • ElfirBFG

    I want more specs. I love my Atrix4G. If this has a T3, mSDXC support and ~1.5GB RAM, I'm sold. I'd Get rid of the stock ROM though.

  • duplissi

    as of now motorola still equals locked bootloaders....

  • Zerounodos


  • chris125

    Thought the whole idea of on screen buttons was to make the bezel smaller? This phone will have a smaller screen and be larger than the sgs3.

  • http://twitter.com/whoisajimmy Jim

    wait, does this have dual stereo speakers, one on the top and one on the bottom?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mihai-Catalin/100000570797115 Mihai Catalin

    Can anyone tell me what widget is that? Thanks!