Motorola Dinara unearthed for AT&T (Updated with specs)
Released last year in China, the Motorola Dinara was the first Motorola phone to come stock with Android 4.0 ICS. The news now is that it is headed to the US for AT&T.
The Dinara looks to be using a lighter version of MotoBlur, replete with awesome software buttons at the bottom of the screen. As has been seen on the Galaxy Nexus, software buttons allow for all sorts of degrees of customizability; something Motorola users aren’t necessarily accustomed to given Moto’s history of locking down their devices. The screen is also a rad 720p display as well as the requisite LTE support (check the signal bar logo), this looks like it might just blow the rest of the Motorola pack out of the water when it hits. The styling looks right on par with the stylings of their other top phones such as the Droid 4 and RAZR/MAXX. As for release date, well we don’t really know to be honest, but that little “July 26″ on screen might just be a nice hint by Motorola for us. Stay tuned for more info as it becomes available!
Update: Looks like specs for the phone have leaked. Those up for powerhouse cameraphones will be in love with this device; looks like it’s got a massive 13MP sensor!
- 1.2GHz dual-core processor
- 1GB of RAM
- 4.5-inch 720p display
- 13MP camera with 1080p video recording
- 1.3MP front-facing camera
Via The Verge
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