Honeycomb Motorola Android tablet previewed by Andy Rubin

Dec 7, 2010
Honeycomb Motorola Android tablet previewed by Andy Rubin

Google's Andy Rubin has previewed Motorola's Android tablet prototype, confirming that the mysterious slate does indeed run the tablet-centric version of the mobile OS, Honeycomb. Full specifications are unclear at this stage, but the unnamed tablet apparently uses a dual-core NVIDIA processor.

Rubin went on to confirm that Honeycomb was indeed due sometime in 2011 - he wouldn't be any more specific than that - and then ran through a very brief demo of the tweaked OS. That has a feel more like a mainstream platform, with a bar running along the bottom of the screen for launching apps, and windowed task-switching, than its current mobile counterpart.

Motorola has been tipped to be developing both 7- and 10-inch versions of their Android tablet, and it's unclear which Rubin's demo model is; it looks, from the image, more like a larger slate.

[via Android Community]

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