Motorola’s much-mooted Android tablet has already been paraded in public by Google’s Andy Rubin. But now a slew of new spy pics have landed online, showing the Android 3.0 Honeycomb effort in all its glory.
As expected, it comes with a massive 10-inch screen, along with a Verizon logo, suggesting it’s being primed for the giant US mobile network.
Specs-wise, the tipster who handed over the snaps says this rocks a 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 chip, 32GB of storage, a 1280x800 pixel panel and a gyroscope. HDMI Mini and USB ports complete the set.
There’s still no news on an exact release date, but with Motorola planning to be on hand at CES in the first week of January, you can bet that this will be sitting pretty on its stand, just waiting for us to paw it.