It wasn't even a week ago when we last caught a glimpse of the AT&T-bound Motorola Dinara/Atrix 3, but the handset is back for some more today thanks to an appearance in the FCC. The Dinara is identified in the listing by its codename, MB886, and is shown to have support for LTE bands 4 and 17, the two that AT&T utilizes for its LTE network. Also included is quad-band GSM as well as 850/1900MHz-flavored HSPA+.
The FCC listing doesn't offer up any other details about the Dinara, but previous rumors have suggested that it'll feature a 720p display and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Now that the Dinara has earned the FCC's stamp of approval, it's one step closer to hitting store shelves. Exactly when that'll happen isn't yet know, but hey, at least interested customers on AT&T know that they're that much closer to being able to give the Dinara a go. What do you make of the Dinara as we know it so far? Anyone think it could be worth a look once it arrives?