Motorola’s Android tablet prototype has been shown off at the D: Dive Into Mobile conference this week, with Google’s Andy Rubin pulling out the slate while on-stage. Full specifications for the tablet are unknown, but we do know it’s running a dual-core NVIDIA chip – likely Tegra 2 – with Android Honeycomb doing OS duties.

Honeycomb, Rubin confirmed, is due in 2011 with native tablet support, though he didn’t say exactly when it could be expected. Screen size for the Motorola slate is also unconfirmed; the company has been tipped to be making both 7- and 10-inch models.


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