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Wednesday, 13 July 2011 09:04

Motorola working on 10-inch 2048 x 1536 tablet

Written by Fuad Abazovic


Ice Cream Sandwich in 4:3 format
We got confirmation that Motorola is working on 4:3 format tablet for a while. It gets better, the prototypes are out and our sources who have actually played with one of them claim that it’s a 4:3 format device with a 2048x1536 screen.

The sources continue that the tablet is significantly thinner than Xoom and that it was powered by Ice Cream Sandwich. We have confirmed that this version of OS will finally unite the good things of Gingerbread Android 2.3 and Honeycomb Android 3.0 and merge them both.

The tablet might be out even this year and the source didn’t knew what kind of chip is inside, but he had reminded us that Motorola works closely with Nvidia, so this tablet might end up with Tegra 3, Kal-El inside.
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