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Motorola Dinara for AT&T Photo Leaked

It’s a bit of an awe when Motorola has started being on their quiet mode on anything ahead for US launch. But then recently, a rumor has popped up and broke the company’s silence. A Motorola smartphone has just spotted and was allegedly inclined to AT&T’s set of handsets. The device is codenamed as Motorola Dinara—a phone that has made an appearance in China last year.

A leaked image of believed Motorola Dinara has begun spreading; thus speculations have continued to arise pointing out the long time rumor for its future AT&T release. The Motorola Dinara is rumored to be the successor of the Atrix 2 which is the first 4G LTE phone from Motorola and renowned to be a good handset especially with its $99 launch price tag. With this, the public speculate that Dinara might be also named as Atrix 3 though.

Motorola Dinara is a new handset from China and had been launched almost the same time as with Apple’s iPhone 4S and AT&T’s LTE network; making a limited discern for this device however. It is rumored to have a 4.5-inch High Definition display with Motoblur-ed Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Operating System. Also, the device might also be designed for the network’s LTE connectivity.

Moreover, its specifications are similarly introduced as with the Motorola XT928 which is available in the Chinese market as well. According to reports, the Motorola Dinara will go for a 1.2 GHz dual-core chip by Texas Instruments. Furthermore, a 1 GB of RAM and a built-in camera are as well proudly featured.

Nonetheless, limited data has been giving the public yet. Hence, a confirmation on the AT&T’s part is a lot important for the consumers to verify these speculations. But at the moment, this information might however be a good sign for Motorola enthusiasts regarding the latest devices to offer the public in the near future.


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