Motorola tablet wears Verizon brand in picture

Motorola tablet wears Verizon brand in picture
As we reported last week, the sexy tablet that Andy Rubin was showing off at the D: Dive into Mobile conference last Monday, will feature a NVIDIA dual-core  processor and be powered by Android 3.0 aka Honeycomb. Both a 7 and 10 inch model will be offered and the tablet will have a 2MP front facing camera and a 5MP shooter in the back. More than one source has confirmed the fabulous specs of the device.

Some more pictures of the tablet were leaked today and showed off the Verizon logo. A good look at the tablet also reveals a micro-USB slot and a 3.5 mm headphone jack as well as some contacts for a charging dock.

Since we now expect the Motorola tablet to be available in three different versions with one for UMTS, another for CDMA and a third for LTE, we could see Big Red offer a CDMA/LTE model or two separate units with one for CDMA and the other for the 4G LTE pipeline.

It doesn't seem that the Schaumburg based manufacturer has decided on a name for the product. We have seen it called the Motrorola Everest and the Motorola StingRay  and another possible name is the Motorola Trygon. There still is a chance that the DROID name could end up being used for the tablet.

source: Engadget

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