A phone that resembles the Motorola Droid RAZR HD but will likely be AT&T’s Motorola Atrix 3 or Motorola Atrix 4G LTE has leaked to the surface today.
The Verge has outed a picture of a device headed to AT&T dubbed the Motorola Dinara. That is a codename that has been tossed around for a U.S. launch for quite awhile ow and it’s a device that launched in China last year.
The device seen here though is a 4G LTE equipped device that is headed to AT&T and very well could be a follow-up in AT&T’s line of Motorola Atrix phones.
Details are scarce at the moment but the device is said to be rocking a 720p HD display and it apparently has Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on board as well.
It also appears that it will be running MotoBlur over Android, crushing the hopes and dreams of those that were hoping for a vanilla Android experience.
No word on when the device will see the light of day although there is a possible hint on the image itself.
On the photo, the phone shows a July 26th date. It could mean nothing or it could mean that AT&T is gearing up to launch this phone at some point next month.
It’s unclear but we’re sure that fans of the Atrix and the Atrix 2 will be excited about the prospects.
The Motorola Atrix 2 was a solid phone at its $99 price point and hopefully, AT&T and Motorola are able to produce the same kind of appeal with this device.