It looks like Motorola won’t be left out of the quad-core game just as they made sure they weren’t left out of dual-core. New Leaks today suggest that Motorola will be coming with a third installment in their Motorola ATRIX sequel, the Motorola ATRIX 3. Aside from having the number “3” appended to its name, this device will supposedly launch with the most ridiculous specs we’ve ever seen inside a phone.
It’s said to be getting NVIDIA’s quad-core Tegra 3 processor, 2GB of RAM, a 720p HD display. a 3300 mAh battery (comparable to the DROID RAZR MAXX) and a 10 megapixel camera with dual-LED flash. We’re obviously skeptical here, but at the same time we’re secretly hoping that all of this is true.
The ATRIX 3 will go up against very stiff competition in the world of quad-core but if any of this is true, we don’t think they’ll have a problem diverting attention their way. Let’s hope we’ll see this and a lot more at Mobile World Congress next week.
PS: For anyone wondering, the phone originally appeared on Concept-Phones.com, but was promptly removed. Tianjin Daily, a Chinese site, quickly re-posted it. Obviously the phone in the photo doesn’t look like a concept render at all so we can’t completely rule the legitimacy of this rumor out.
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