Google’s Andy Rubin had first offered us a glimpse of what the upcoming tablet device from Motorola running the Android 3.0 Honeycomb would be like though he had no other details of the tablet to share then. But that seems to have changed now as the Motorola tablet has popped up again from somewhere in Taiwan and fortunately, this time, we have quite a few details of the tablet of which we knew almost next to nothing.
So from the information that has now become available, we do know there is going to be two different size options with the tablet that will cater to the two most popular tablet segments right now – a 7 incher and a 10 incher with a display resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.
The rest of the specifications of the tablet spell out a NVIDIA Tegra 2 T20 dual core processor, internal storage of 32GB which can worked up further by way of micoSD cards, integrated camera at the rear and front having resolutions of 5MP and 2MP respectively and a HDMI out port. The upcoming tablets will also feature a built-in gyroscope and will include the UMTS, CDMA, and LTE connectivity options.
However, while more on the tablet is awaited but what is needed even more is official confirmation that will lend some much needed credibility of the information in the first place. What has to be mentioned though is that the picture looks a lot similar to the Android 3.0 Honeycomb that Andy Ruin has shown off sometime ago. The UI too with its icons and widgets on display look to have been optimized to support tablet operation and is devoid of any buttons on the tablet’s bezel.