Breaking News

Motorola Built Android Powered Tablets

With the blockbuster success of the Droid, it’s clear that Motorola’s got a good grasp of what the Android-buying community is looking for in hardware. It’ll be one of the first consumer-ready devices running Honeycomb, Google’s tablet-optimized Android fork; and we’re betting it’ll be competitively priced, too.

Motorola revealed their first Android-powered tablet named Xoom today at CES. The tablet runs on Android 3.0 tagged as Honeycomb, an Android OS for tablets.

Motorola Xoom features a 10.1 inch (1280×800) capacitive display that supports 1080p HD video and HDMI output with a built-in gyroscope, barometer, e-compass, accelerometer and adaptive lighting for new types of applications. The device using the Honeycomb OS can support multitasking and real-time widgets.
It has a 2-megapixel front-facing camera for video chatting over Wi-Fi or 3G/4G LTE and also a rear-facing 5-megapixel cam that can capture 720p HD videos.

No comments