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Andy Rubin Previews Motorola Android Tablet with Honeycomb

by David Brooks | 07.12.2010
Last night at the D: Dive into Mobile event, Andy Rubin of the Google Android team previewed a tablet from Motorola which featured the most awaited tablet friendly Honeycomb version of Android. The Motorola Tablet has video chat support, an Nvidia Tegra processor and a duel core 3d processor. No idea on the size, but looking at the pictures it seems to be a 10″ tablet. Andy previewed a host of new features for Android, especially made for tablets including a new tablet optimised Gmail application, map application, tablet friendly widgets with a new home screen and a new lock sceen. They have also decided to opt out of physical buttons and have instead opted for on screen buttons. Expect to see this released mid 2011 with more information in the new year. View the Engadget Gallery or watch the video below: