Motorola's Android tablet still smells fishy, called the Stingray

Motorola's Android tablet still smells fishy, called the Stingray
Motorola has been rumored for a while to bring an Android tablet to market, and a cached page from Verizon Wireless has tied the known MOTMZ600 model number to the Stingray moniker. While this might not remain the official naming of the device, the purported specs are surely to impress.

The Stingray is bound to have a 10” screen with Nvidia Tegra 2 for a chipset, two cameras and, what is more interesting, should have Verizon's FiOS capabilities. It is also rumored that Motorola is waiting for the new UI of Android Gingerbread to release it to market, which will mean availability for the holidays at the earliest.

source: IntoMobile



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