Motorola Honeycomb Tablet Headed to Verizon?

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Leaked images of what appears to be the same Motorola Android Honeycomb tablet Google’s Andy Rubin showed off at the All Things D conference suggest that the next-generation Android tablet may be headed to Verizon.

Blurry images that appeared on the Howard Forums discussion board show a tablet device with Motorola and Verizon logos on the top corners, and what may be an Android loading screen. The post in which the pictures appeared lists the specs, which are in line with what Rubin and leaks coming out of Taiwan following Rubin’s appearance, revealed.

The Motorola tablet specs include a 10-inch multi-touch screen (1280 x 800), Nvidia Tegra 2 T20 1GHz dual-core processor, 512MB RAM, 32GB internal storage, 5MP rear camera, 2MP front-facing camera, gyroscope, microSD slot (up to 32GB), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G, LTE, and of course, Android 3.0.

Motorola Android Honeycomb tablet

According to the tipster, the name of the tablet could be Stingray, Trygon or Everest.

Both Sprint and T-Mobile have gone on the record stating they will both bring tablets to their 4G networks in 2011, and while Verizon has been quiet on the matter, LTE support means that the Motorola Android tablet will be at least one of their 4G tablets.

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Source: Howard Forums via CNET



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