Motorola's 10-inch Android Honeycomb Tablet Appears in Leaked Images
Just last week, we got a fleeting look at two new products in one device: Android Honeycomb running on a Motorola tablet. Now images have surfaced giving us a much closer look at the tablet.
The images arrived courtesy of an Engadget tipster, and they give a detailed look at the 10-inch tablet. The branding along the top clearly shows a Verizon logo, meaning there is likely a big cross-promotion planned with the carrier where customers can get the tablet cheaper if they sign up for a data contract.
The design of the Motorola tablet is very sleek and minimal, with a relatively narrow black bezel and a few small ports or switches along the side. The back has a camera and flash. Interestingly, the power switch is next to the camera on the back, instead of along the side like most phones and tablets.
The tipster also confirmed the specs inside the device, which include a 1GHz Tegra 2 processor, 32GB of storage, 512 MB of RAM, gyroscope, micro-USB port, mini-HDMI port, headphone jack and a slot for a microSD card. The 10-inch screen has a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.
Unfortunately, the pictures don't give a closer look at the Android 3.0 Honeycomb interface. Neither Honeycomb nor the Motorola tablet have official announcements, let alone release dates, but the tipster says the tablet will likely be called Stingray, Everest or Trygon.