Although Lenovo’s acquisition of Motorola is yet to be closed, we’re now getting a better idea about the manufacturer’s plans for the future. If reports coming out of China are to be believed, the company could bring a Motorola branded tablet to the world thus marking its formal re-entry to the tablet segment.
Motorola has been non existent from the tablet business since the XOOM and the Xyboard were launched a few years ago. So it will be interesting to see how this new tablet will shape up, considering the growing competition within Android OEMs.
Although Lenovo currently offers tablets to its customers, the company could benefit a great deal using the Motorola brand which is quite popular globally. The details of this new tablet are yet to be disclosed, but expect it to be a show stopper when it hits the markets sometime next year.
We’re seeing unlikely contenders joining the tablet fray with HTC also re-entering the tablet industry with the Nexus 9. What do you think about a potential Motorola tablet launching under Lenovo’s supervision?
Source: China Times – Translated
Via: Mobile Syrup