This photo of the “Motorola Atrix 3″ Android smartphone is being tossed around the blogosphere as if it weren’t a fake. Aside from the fact that it originated from a site called Concept-Phones, and was admittedly sent in as a fan-made render, the device looks poorly shopped. Actually, if you remove the shoddy Motorola logo, which doesn’t exactly look centered, then it really just looks like a Samsung Galaxy Nexus, doesn’t it? Besides, doesn’t Motorola typically place their branding on the upper portion of the device? This just looks clumsy. As for specs, the concept calls for an Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor, 4.3-inch 720p HD display, 2GB of RAM, an 10 megapixel camera, thin profile and 3300mAh battery (same as the Droid RAZR MAXX). Although the specs seem highly plausible, we’re calling this a fake until proven otherwise. Consider this a PSA.
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