Motorola has somewhat improved it’s reputation with the launch of it’s new Moto X range, but despite selling 100k Moto X handsets per week, it’s history with tablets like the Motorola Xoom usually doesn’t leave a positive experience in people’s minds.
The X00m tablet wasn’t specifically a bad tablet, but it wasn’t received well and that’s unlikely to be forgotten. However it seems that this year’s lineup of Motorola handsets has sparked confidence in the Google owned company because CEO of Motorola, Dennis Woodside, has told Engadget in an interview that his company has plans to release a new Moto X tablet.
He didn’t give any information on any release information though, and the subject hit a stop after Woodside was asked about a release date. It seems that Motorola’s plans for a tablet device are probably still in their early stages right now, but a future Moto X tablet is likely. Just like the Moto X handset, the tablet could become part of the personalized Moto Maker service.
Personally I think a new Moto X tablet could be a good addition to the new Motorola family, and hopefully it will fit in well with the Android crowd.