Motorola’s Honeycomb tablet leaks ahead of Verizon launch

December 13, 2010

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Motorola's upcoming 10-inch Android Honeycomb tablet has leaked, giving us an extended look at the slate Andy Rubin briefly previewed last week. The images passed to Engadget show the Verizon logo on the front bezel, together with both a front-facing webcam and a camera on the back.

According to the tipster, the slate will indeed run NVIDIA's 1GHz Tegra 2 chipset, along with a 1280 x 800 10-inch multitouch display, 512MB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage and a microSD card slot. Ports include microUSB, mini-HDMI and a 3.5mm headphone socket; there appear to be docking contacts along the bottom.

As for the name under which the 10-inch slate will launch, it's seemingly undecided whether it will be "Stingray", "Everest" or  "Trygon" when it hits the market in 2011.

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  • Engadget

    I wonder if these guys ever get tired of just rehashing posts from Engadget rather than writing original articles. Probably not.

  • Looks better than iPad! I hope 4G can live up to people’s expectations. And also, I hope that this new technology has something new to offer aside from a different name. I would like to congratulate Verizon for being the first company to launch 4G! Honestly, I am quite optimistic with this one although I am quite doubtful if the bandwidth will be able to keep up with the demand.

  • I hope Motorola Tablet has a 4G network, and offers attractive features of other devices.

  • aberkae

    @ Ricky Fantana
    Verizon launched LTE just now! (Not the 1st to launch a so called 4 g network). No phones either.
    Sprint launched a true 4g wimax network a while back with 2 phones but has spotty coverage.
    Tmobile has HSPA+ which also launched more then 6 months ago and also has 2 phones already if not more and is mostly everywhere! Comapred to competition!
    Metro PCS will launch 4g soon as well with phones!
    Clear wireless bin having a 4g network with devices out !
    So verizon does not have a phone yet and probably will not have a 4g phone till late q1 2011 or even q2 2011, and is kind of late with their so called 4g FYI lol.

    As far as this device will be the 1st to support google maps 5.0 with 3d building as per honeycomb video seen last week by dev.

  • tabuser

    “As far as this device will be the 1st to support google maps 5.0 with 3d building as per honeycomb video seen last week by dev.”

    My Droid2 and Galaxy Tab both run Google Maps 5.0