Andy Rubin showed off a new Motorola tablet with the Nvidia Tegra 2 processor and the next version of Android called “Honeycomb” at the All Things Digital, D: Dive Into Mobile event last Monday evening. The other pics acquired by Engadget show a 3.5mm jack as well as a micro-usb slot and some charging leads at the bottom.
We are curiously watching the relationship between Motorola and Verizon. At the Credit Suisse Technology conference, Motorola Mobility CEO, Sanjay Jha said that he was concerned about the competitive landscape at Verizon in 2011, presumably after the iPhone is released. His comments indicated that they would be spreading the wealth between multiple carriers instead of keeping their high end Android devices exclusively for Verizon.
The Motorola tablet is very exciting as it will have a speedy Nvidia Tegra 2 processor which is supposed to make 3d rendering up to 5x faster. It will also feature Honeycomb, the next version of Android and the one that is optimized for the tablet form factor.
Other specs for this tablet include:
– Two sizes 7″ and 10″
– 32gb storage
– 1280×800 resolution
-5mp camera on back, 2mp camera on front
– LTE Capability