A photograph leaked over the weekend could well be the Motorola ATRIX 3 if the handset’s styling and suggested specs are anything to go by. With the original Atrix 4G officially announced at CES 2011 and the successor announced in October of the same year, the two-a-year release cycle of the Atrix line also backs this up.
Spotted over at Android Authority, the handset has no physical buttons on its fascia and Samsung Galaxy Nexus-like curved corners – stylistically discounting it from being a RAZR or Droid device. If the text by the handset’s side are to be believed, it also sports a quad-core Tegra 3 processor, a 10-megapixel camera with dual LED flash and a 3300mAH battery which would definitely impress us should it turn out to be true.
Additional specs include a display bump up from qHD to 720p resolution spread across 4.3-inches of screen and 2GB RAM. Naturally given the ATRIX’s lineage, we can expect a keyboard dock to follow with a revised WebTop experience. The burning question is: will we see an MWC announcement?
If these specs are to be believed and Barcelona sees them confirmed, Motorola could have a surprise show-stopped on their hands.