We've been hearing an awful lot of talk about Google's Honeycomb build of Android. Specially optimized for tablet computers, there's little information about Honeycomb out there. In fact, until Googler Andy Rubin was seen waving one about on stage during the D: Dive Into Mobile conference last week, we knew barely anything at all.
Because of Rubin's demo, we know that Honeycomb tablets are coming at some point next year and will offer a more desktop-like experience. This past weekend another little tidbit of Honeycomb-related information slipped out in the form of a Verizon-branded Motorola tablet.
Thanks to a poster on mobile phone community Howard Forums we know that Motorola and Verizon will likely extend their Android partnership to the tablet market with a dual core offering next year. User wnrussel posted the above pictures of what purports to be Motorola's Honeycomb tablet along with a specs list that point to 32GB of internal storage, an Nvidia Tegra 2 T20 dual-core CPU, 512MB of RAM, a gyroscope sensor, a 1280x800 resolution display, dual cameras (2-megapixels up front with a 5-megapixel camera on the back), and support for MicroSD, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G, and LTE.
With CES just around the corner we're sure to see a lot more tablets scheduled for release next year. Stay tuned!