Motorola has announced the first Android 3 “Honeycomb” tablet this afternoon at CES 2011.
The tablet, the first to run Google’s latest Android update dubbed “Honeycomb” which focuses on bringing Android to the tablet, will be called the Motorola XOOM .
Features of XOOOM Tablet:
10.1″ screen, has a dual-core processor and is 4G LTE upgradable. These specifications are leaked before the CES event in the press conference.
The leaked report also show that Motorola has partnered with companies including Adobe, WeatherBug, QuickOffice.
WeatherBug and publishing giant Conde Nast to create applications for the tablet, whose large screen provides an all-new way to view Android applications which are traditionally targeted towards mobile phones with smaller screens.
Charles Townsend CEO of Conde Nast said in a statement,
“Conde Nast is excited to utilize the advanced form factor of the Motorola XOOM to bring our popular magazines to readers.In addition, our all access everywhere model means that our subscribers, in addition to their XOOM, can also enjoy content from the web or in print.”
Adobe meanwhile has confirmed the device will support Adobe Flash — a key criticism against rivals such as the iPad that don’t support the technology.
“We are excited about full web browsing on the Motorola XOOM through its support for Flash and HTML content. Our partnership with Motorola continues to grow with the introduction of these innovative devices, and we look forward to seeing our developers bring rich, new content experiences to them using our suite of tools.”
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