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Rumors were rampant that Motorola's touchscreen-based Atila would be launching somewhere in the wide world next quarter, and said whispers are shaping up to be right on target. The typically reliable iDNES has it that the A3000 (same device, people) has been certified for use by China's telecommuni

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Rumors were rampant that Motorola's touchscreen-based Atila would be launching somewhere in the wide world next quarter, and said whispers are shaping up to be right on target. The typically reliable iDNES has it that the A3000 (same device, people) has been certified for use by China's telecommuni

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Motorola's dandy duo seem set to have their debutante ball sometime in Q1 2009. DigiTimes is reporting that Compal Communications has apparently already received the order for the two new sets that were originally meant to ship this quarter. Of course, we'd also like to see Motorola launch these tw

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This is really just confirmation of existence more than anything, given that we've already seen purported shots of both the Attila and Alexander before, but at least we're assured that these forthcoming Motorola smartphones are more than just subjects of one's Photoshopping escapades. The image you

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This is really just confirmation of existence more than anything, given that we've already seen purported shots of both the Attila and Alexander before, but at least we're assured that these forthcoming Motorola smartphones are more than just subjects of one's Photoshopping escapades. The image you

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That's some beefy phone Motorola's got there. Assuming, of course, we're not looking at a KIRF which is entirely possible in the three months since the initial leaked image -- that iPhone looking UI / theme pictured after the break doesn't help with the legitimacy either. Regardless, it's not like

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That's some beefy phone Motorola's got there. Assuming, of course, we're not looking at a KIRF which is entirely possible in the three months since the initial leaked Attila (or is it Atila?) image -- that iPhone looking UI / theme pictured after the break doesn't help with the legitimacy either. R

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