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When the original Motorola Atrix first surfaced, there was much fanfare about its biometric fingerprint scanner and a host of docks that come along with the phone. The successor, however, failed to gain the same level of attention from the Android community – which may or may not have to do with the omission of said fingerprint scanner. Fast forward to the second half of 2012, and the Motorola Atrix 3 is already upon us. Bearing the codename Dinara, the phone’s pit stop at FCC last week gave us more clues as what to expect from the third iteration of…

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TechCocktail/Flickr A couple of weeks back we reported on rumors about Motorola’s future line-up of Android-based smartphones, led by the Vanquish, Asanti, and Dinara. And while the first two were just about confirmed as coming soon, the third one, rumored to be Moto’s future AT&T flagship, was covered in utter mystery. We are now happy to inform you that at least part of that mystery has now been vanquished (no pun intended), and we’re pretty sure we will be seeing the Dinara released very soon. The phone, also known as the Atrix 3 or the MB886, has just been spotted…

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Judging on Motorola’s history, we have reason to believe that this leaked photo is the Motorola Atrix 3. Apart from this, the device does not have any capacitive buttons on it; keeping it in line with the previous render released of the Medfield-powered handset. While this is not 100% definite, we’re pretty excited to see the device; especially since its specs have been unveiled in the leak. The device is equipped with a 4.3-inch 720p screen, 2GB RAM, quad-core Tegra 3 processor, and 3300mAh battery. Wow, right? Moreover, the camera is powered with a 10MP feature complete with dual LED…