By Stephen Schenck | July 21, 2011 1:39 AM
What’s up next for Motorola? It just launched the Droid 3, following the Droid X2 earlier in the season. Now the Triumph’s coming out, with the Bionic on the horizon – looking to take its second shot at a launch and the Photon’s just weeks away. So far, a pretty active 2011. Later this year, there are a few Motorolas we’re expecting, like the renamed Electrify on US Cellular, but what about new, exciting hardware? A new rumor says that next powerhouse is going to be an Android rocking codename Dinara.
An unnamed source shared a few details on the Dinara with Droid-life. Supposedly, the smartphone will be powered by a Texas Instruments chip (no word on cores/clocking) and have a gigabyte of RAM. The design is supposed to be very Bionic-like, only thinner, lighter, and with the display taking up more real estate on the phone’s face. It could end up a giant 4.5-incher, and has been described as “HD”, so this might be a real 720p model.
We’re also told the Dinara would feature a main camera with a thirteen-megapixel image sensor (VGA up front). If this phone’s real, it could conceivably show up towards the tail-end of 2011. Verizon’s been named as a potential US carrier.