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Motorola preparing a quad-core, Android 4.0 monster?

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 15 Jul 2011 15:26 User comments (3)

Motorola preparing a quad-core, Android 4.0 monster? According to multiple reports, Motorola is already testing a prototype for the tablet that will succeed the Xoom.
The device is allegedly much thinner than the Xoom and will include the same 10-inch display as its predecessor.

Additionally, the new tablet will run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, have a 2048x1536 resolution and be powered by a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor.

Speculation is the tablet will hit in time for Christmas, but there is the possibility Motorola will release it in February, a year after the launch of the Xoom.

We will keep you updated.

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3 user comments

116.7.2011 14:44

don't forget the 10 minute battery life!

218.7.2011 17:13

Originally posted by R01010100:
don't forget the 10 minute battery life!
I've been curious how we're going to get reasonable quad-core mobile devices... I bet we don't. Just come with a tag "Need to use your mobile device? Remember to PLUG IT IN!" .......

I haven't touched a non-networking related Motorola product (wish I didn't have to touch those!) in years. Since my Razor or whatever just stopped working for no reason on exactly the last day of warranty, and they said it had been doused in liquid, which it hadn't. I just don't like their cheap looks and feels, I haven't enjoyed anything from Motorola my entire life as far as I can remember.

~*Livin' Electronicallly*~

319.7.2011 16:46

Hmmmm...let me pull my Android web-capable phone out of my pocket to make a call and check email while in line at the theatre then pull my tablet out to play a quick game and simulate "typing" when sending an email then pull my laptop out when I'm tired of watching the two other small screens and just need more power. All this while I'm waiting in line...........

Ya know what this world needs.......???? Hmmmmmm?????? A plague.


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