Google is working closely with Motorola for their Android 3.0 tablet

Google is working closely with Motorola for their Android 3.0 tablet
Similar to how HTC was seen by Google as the priority choice to bring Android into the smartphone realm with G1, Motorola is now being garnered with the same attention with their upcoming Android powered tablet. It's being reported that Google is in close alliance with Motorola since their offering, out of many manufacturers out there, is looking to be in line with the expectations set forth by Google. DigiTimes Research senior analyst Mingchi Kuo believes that Motorola's Android tablet will sport the Tegra 2 platform from NVIDIA along with a 10.1” display panel supplied from Sharp – which is said to have a reduced brightness output compared to the iPad, but still thinner in size. Naturally, Google is going to be working closely with Motorola with this one by setting the expectations for its specifications which should hopefully coincide with a user interface that will ultimately exude a proper experience. The tablet is slated to go into mass production by the end of the year and will be manufactured by Motorola with the hopeful goal of shipping out 2 million units for 2011.

source: DigiTimes


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