During last week's All Things D conference, Google's Andy Rubin gave the world a sneak peek at an upcoming Motorola tablet running the long-awaited tablet-optimized version of the Android OS, codenamed "Honeycomb." This week, with far less fanfare, images of the 10-inch Motorola tablet popped up on a mobile forum offering a telling new detail: a Verizon logo.
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The images don't offer many other notable details, but the tipster does spell out the specs, including 32GB of internal storage, Nvidia Tegra 2 T20 dual-core processor, gyroscope sensor, and a display resolution of 1,280x800 pixels.
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Front and rear cameras (2MP/5MP) are also included, along with a 1GHz system processor, microSD support, 512MB of RAM, and wireless connections for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G, and LTE.
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Pricing and availability for the Motorola tablet are still unknown (though perhaps CES 2011 will fix this). If Verizon's handling of the Samsung Galaxy Tab is any indication, expect contracts.
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