Motorola Tablet video: Android Honeycomb primed for CES

Plus: Moto refers to the iPad as just "a big iPhone"

New tablet set for unveiling at January tech expo

Motorola seems to be fairly confident in its upcoming tablet device, as its splashed out some serious cash on a teaser video that in the same breath calls the iPad “a big iPhone” and slates the Samsung Galaxy Tab for running an OS designed for a phone.

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The video is a teaser, priming the audience for a grand tablet unveiling at January’s CES. That’s about all we know at the moment – Moto is keeping things literally under wraps – but we do know that the crux of the new device’s USP will be its use of the Android 3.0 operating system.

3.0, otherwise known as Honeycomb, is said to be a big departure for the platform due to being much more tablet-friendly than previous iterations. Check out the video below to get a glimpse of what Motorola has in store…