Codenamed Dinara and also known as the Motorola Atrix 3, the handset shown in the sketch below just went through the FCC while preparing to reach AT&T. Last I heard, the Motorola Atrix 3 was leaked in what looked like a press pic online and it had an AT&T logo on, plus 3 capacitive buttons and no physical key.


Speculations say that this device is an Android 4.0 unit based on Snapdragon S4, a welcome choice for Motorola I’d say. Other rumors say that we’re to expect a 720p display and an all touch interface borrowed from the recent launches in China done by Motorola. LTE should also be on board and if you wonder what this FCC revealing included, know that this model is codenamed MB886, has LTE bands for AT&T supported and uses the same model naming convention as the predecessors.

Its sheet includes HSPA+/WCDMA 850/1900 and quad band EDGE as well. Why go with Snapdragon S4? It’s LTE friendly, has high performance and with a  720p display it will make a great device. I expect something in the range of $200 on contract for this model, with an AT&T commitment for 2 years. We’ll see…

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