Last week we reported on a prototype Motorola tablet running a new version of Android, codenamed Honeycomb. Google's Andy Rubin demonstrated a tweaked interface designed to take advantage of the tablet's larger screen.
Now we have a few extra bits of information regarding that actual tablet itself, courtesy of a leak from an employee of US network Verizon, spotted by our colleagues at Crave US. Click through the images above to see some sneakily snapped photos, and read on for leaked specification info...
There's no official name for the tablet yet, but the leak suggests the following:
This 10-inch tablet will sport a 5-megapixel camera with flash on the rear, and a 2-megapixel camera on the front for making video calls.
The display apparently has a resolution of 1,280x800 pixels, which sounds very healthy to us, and should make this mysterious tablet a sound choice for those who fancy watching loads of movies on a tablet.
Under the hood there's a 1GHz dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 T20 chipset with 512MB of RAM, which promises to make this tablet a reasonably powerful offering. There's also a gyroscopic sensor in there, and 32GB of storage space.
We're itching for some more info on this mysterious tablet, but we'll have to wait. Fingers crossed we see a proper unveiling at CES in January. Keep it CNET UK for all the latest!