Motorola 10 Inch Android 3.0 Tablet Gets Pictured on Blurry Camera, Complete With Verizon Logo
Last week’s Android talk was all about the 10 inch tablet made by Motorola, running Honeycomb and shown by Andy Rubin during the D: Dive Into Mobile event. Now, the device continues to haunt us, this time with a bunch of blurry live pictures and some pretty solid specifications.
This Verizon-branded product is a 10 inch Android Tegra 2 unit, that’s supposed to be either the Stingray or Moto Everest or a device codenamed “Trygon”. As far as specs go, you’re getting the following:
- CPU: 1GHz, Tegra 2 T20
- Memory: 32GB storage, 512MB RAM, microSD card slot (32GB extra)
- Display: 10 inch, 1280 x 800, multitouch
- Connectivity: micro-USB, mini-HDMI, 3.5mm audio jack
- Camera: unknown resolution, dual LED flash.
I guess this slate will be a very hot item during CES 2011, when maybe we’ll learn a launch date and price for the supposed Everest.