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Is Motorola working on a new, high-resolution tablet?

Is Motorola working on a new, high-resolution tablet?
Remember when we told you that the iPad 3, iPad 2 plus, or whatever  its real market name will be, might get a display sporting a resolution higher than anything we have ever seen on a tablet? Well, Apple's slate is not the only device targeted by such speculations. Rumor has it that Motorola is working on a 10-inch tablet that will boast a display with the jawdropping resolution of 2048 by 1536 pixels and that working prototypes of the device are already in the hands of a few lucky testers.

What is also rumored about the said Motorola tablet is that its screen will have a 4:3 aspect ratio – same as the iPad 2 and the HP TouchPad. Besides that, the device is said to be significantly slimmer and lighter than the Motorola XOOM meaning that the rumored tablet might also have the potential to take the title of “thinnest tablet on the market” away from the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. No further hardware specs have been mentioned by the sources of the rumor, but there is a slight chance that an NVIDIA Tegra 3 chipset will be humming under the tablet's hood and Android Ice Cream Sandwich will be running the show.

So, how does the idea of having such a high-resolution display on a tablet sound to you? Would you find it useful or you think that it wouldn't make a difference? Feel free to share your thoughts with us in the comments below.

source: fudzilla via SlashGear

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