Motorola’s Android Tablet Prototype Has Twice XOOM’s Resolution

Motorola is said to be in a rush to come up with a prototype 10.1 inch Android tablet to run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.  This may be good news for Motorola fans or those who want something new in the hope that it comes with better features than the many tablets we already have in the market.  Despite the fact that the tablet promises to have double the resolution of Motorola Xoom, the news is not so exciting because there is nothing so far to indicate that the tablets will have anything we have not seen before – except for the tablet’s screen resolution.

According to folks are Fudzilla, inside sources from Motorola say that there is currently a prototype tablet with a 2048 X 1536 resolution – now that is something to look forward to.  This is such an incredible resolution; such a high resolution on a tablet would be impressive considering that it is twice the resolution of the Motorola XOOM tablet which has a 1280 X 800 resolution.

Aside from that, the prototype tablet has a 4:3 screen aspect ratio.  Sources indicate that the tablet’s design is much thinner than the XOOM.  The sources at Fudzilla had no clue on the tablet’s processor or memory but it is likely that it will have an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad core chip because NVIDIA is a name popular with high performance graphics and because Motorola and NVIDIA have had such a fruitful relationship so far.  It would still be good though if the tablet has a Snapdragon processor – especially if it is the Snapdragon S4 or S4 pro.

No other news or rumors are known so far on any other developments, the price, the OS or the release date.  Since what is seen is just a prototype, it is likely that Motorola may be working to complete and unveil the tablet in time for the holidays in the last quarter of 2012 or early 2013.  For now, we have to just wait and see whether Motorola will pull this revolutionary development in the tablet market off.