Motorola has posted a full page on the Atrix HD, the third-generation Atrix device that we first revealed last month as the "Dinara." It features a 4.5-inch 720p screen, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8BGB of storage, an 8-megapixel camera, and a microSD card slot. It's running Android 4.0 and unlike many the other major Android 4.0 devices we've seen lately, this version comes complete with on-screen buttons. It also has the Kevlar back that we've seen on recent Droid RAZRs and, in fact, doesn't look all that different from a RAZR from the side view. Motorola has the dimensions set at 69.9 x 133.5 x 8.4 mm and weighing 140 grams, and notes that the 720p screen is a proper TFT LCD with Motorola's "ColorBoost" technology. It will be powered by a 1780 mAh battery, though estimated battery life on this LTE phone is apparently to be determined.

Motorola appears to be trying to angle the Atrix as a business-friendly phone, including "Government-grade encryption" on board and also adding in VPN and support for Motorola's webtop accessories. Finally, the company is including the same Smart Actions we first saw on the RAZR. For those of you hoping that all post-Google-acquisition phones would feature stock Android, we're betting those custom icons are a good sign that there's some flavor of MotoBlur on board.

There's no word on a price or release date yet, but as before, the July 26th date on the homescreen widget isn't a bad hint.