During a Barclays conference, Motorola co-CEO Sanjay Jha laid out some of the boundaries of a potential tablet – which may disappoint some Android fans hoping to see a high-end offering from them. Basically the device would offer a 7” to 10” display which would also be positioned as a companion device that would enable users to do something like watch television on it, but Jha made some remarks that they wouldn't be “comfortable” with bringing on Android to a screen size that's larger than what's seen on a phone. It's still not known as to what will be powering the tablet as they are hesitant in making something with a full blown operating system.
When it comes down to future handsets coming down the pipeline, Jha still doesn't foresee the HTC Droid Incredible being a challenge for the Motorola DROID. He went on further to say that the quality of future devices on their road-map had him “excited” as additional Droid phones are expected – and promised to be better than HTC's current offering. We've been seeing quite a few leaks regarding the speculated Motorola Droid Shadow of late, but we'll have to keep in the excitement until Motorola gives it the thumbs up.
Motorola Droid Shadow Preliminary Specifications