Motorola's 'MOTOPAD' is expected to ring in the bells for Android 3.0?

Motorola's 'MOTOPAD' is expected to ring in the bells for Android 3.0?
Eldar Murtazin is no stranger when it comes to conjuring up some juicy mobile related news, but its appears that exciting things keep on pouring out from the trusted insider. Most recently, we've seen Twitter posts mentioning that the Samsung made Nexus S smartphone would indeed be packing a dual-core processor, but now the focus of attention is switching to the tablet space.

Murtazin's web site, Mobile-Review, just recently tweeted a message in regards to Google's plans to work with Motorola for an Android 3.0 powered tablet. In fact, the two companies aren't strangers in forging strong relationships as we've seen them team up together in bringing to life the Android 2.0 powered Motorola DROID – which is arguably the most popular Android powered smartphone to date.

However, it looks like the two will be at it with a 7” Android 3.0 powered tablet going by the name of 'MOTOPAD.' If it is to be believed, there's no arguing that it'll undoubtedly be a highly regarded item – especially when the two managed to create such demand with the Motorola DROID.

source: Twitter via BGR



1. protozeloz

Posts: 5396; Member since: Sep 16, 2010

is one of the little things i agree with jobs tabs should be larger than 7" the samsum galaxy tab didn't look bad but 9-12 inches might be the way to go

2. ecml490 unregistered

I agree with you about the size but the Galaxy Tab in my opinion is just not worth getting for the price, that is if you are with Verizon (if I am not mistaken it costs 599.99 on contract, correct me if I am wrong)

5. BobbyTaba

Posts: 316; Member since: Aug 11, 2010

399 on contract

3. Thump3rDX17

Posts: 2160; Member since: May 10, 2010

that's good because Motorola is the only one that can bring anything to the Tablet space to pique my interest and i'm sure most people agree.

4. dada unregistered

the galaxy tab on verizon does not have a contract the 599.99 is full retail

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