After January’s launch of the Motorola RAZR MAXX, we have been waiting for the next move Motorola will make and up until now have heard very little. However there have been leaks of their upcoming high end smartphones and not a moment too soon given that the Samsung Galaxy S3 and HTC One X have taken the spotlight.
Upcoming Motorola phones: Motorola RAZR MAXX 2 & ATRIX 3
The Verge have released pictures of the exciting looking “Dinara” by Motorola. Gizmodo report that these pictures were sent to TheVerge this very morning (see below). Assumedly the Dinara is the AT&T Motorola Atrix 3, and we hear that it will include a 720p at long last, along with Android 4.0. There are a variety of rumors about this device, and some of them indicate that it may have a 12MP rear camera, and a 2MP front facing camera for video calls. Other rumours include that the dual core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor is likely to be on the device, as seen on the US versions of the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the HTC One X. On the leaked pictures, AT&T and 4G LTE are clearly referenced as expected. We also noticed MotoBLUR but are hoping that it’s only put on lightly.
Not only has the Motorola ATRIX 3 pictures been released, but as shown on DroidLife, there are other leaks which could potentially be the successor to the Motorola RAZR MAXX a.k.a Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX 2 (Droid RAZR HD). We think it must be this, as it has the same Kevlar back we so loved on the RAZR, meaning good news for the more clumsy among us as it would be pretty tough, not to mention splash-proof. Unfortunately this also means a non-removable battery, but at least it’ll be a good non-removable battery, as rumours imply that it will be 3,300mAh like its predecessor the RAZR MAXX. With a battery that size, you should be able to use LTE heavily and still get around 36 hours usage if not more. We also hear it may have the same processor, software and cameras as in the aforementioned Dinara, alongside a 4.5 inch screen and 1GB RAM like the One X, but less than the 2GB Samsung Galaxy S3.
Are you excited about these upcoming Motorola phones? Or are you smitten by the competition from Samsung and HTC already?