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Motorola's Honeycomb tablet has certainly been receiving a lot of attention as of late - more attention, perhaps, than has ever been paid to a device whose name has yet to be publicized. Nonetheless, the pieces of the puzzle are finally coming together - Engadget has scored seven pictures of the 10-inch slate:

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12-12-10-mototab7-copy 12-12-10-mototab1-copy 12-12-10-mototab3-copy

Unfortunately, some of the shots appear to have been taken by Mr. Blurrycam himself - in fact, the graininess is so bad in some images that it's nearly impossible to discern what is being conveyed. Still, regardless of what the ports shown in the last image are for (HDMI, microUSB, and headphone jack ports are probably in there somewhere), there's one thing that has been ascertained by this leak: the tablet is destined for Big Red's network, as proven by the Verizon logo seen in the first three images. Other than that, Engadget's tipster mostly just confirmed the specs we already knew:

  • 1 GHz Tegra 2 T20 processor
  • 1280x800 multitouch-capable display
  • Gyroscope
  • 512 MB of RAM
  • microSD card slot
  • Front-facing and rear cameras (no mention of megapixels this time around, though according to our Taiwanese friend, the former is 2 MP and the latter is 5)

Regarding the name... well, we're still left out in the cold, as the tipster wasn't sure whether the tablet would end up being called "Stingray," "Everest," or "Trygon." Only time will tell, I suppose.

Source: Engadget

Jaroslav Stekl
Jaroslav Stekl is a tech enthusiast whose favorite gadgets almost always happen to be the latest Android devices. When he's not writing for Android Police, he's probably hiking, camping, or canoeing. He is also an aspiring coffee aficionado and an avid moviegoer.

  • http://nextparadigms.com Lucian Armasu

    Only 512 MB RAM? Shouldn't we be getting at least 1 GB of RAM by now? Notion Ink Adam will have 1 GB.

  • Spaz

    Yeah don't hold your breath.
    Motorola has a tendency to over promise and under deliver.
    I would wait for the Google Tablet Android release, and go with a company like HTC that will actually future proof the device and provide it with a software upgrade path.
    Thanks but no thanks Motorola devices are mediocre at best.

  • john

    my only complaints are the ram, and the fact that the speakers are still facing the back of the device and not toward you. when will they realize this is a bad setup for devices that play video, or games. etc.

  • NS-wp

    No GPS, A-GPS and Digital Compass?