Here’s a very interesting rumor coming – as many other rumors – from Mobile-review’s Eldar Murtazin: the first Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) tablet will be launched by Google in collaboration with Motorola, and it will be called Motopad.
Unfortunately, details about the Motopad are scarce, but it’s said that it will have a 7 inch display – like the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
Motorola’s Sanjay Jha already said that the company could launch an Android tablet sometime in early 2011, so this may be it.
Most likely, the Motopad will be released in the US first, where Google and Motorola may team up with Verizon for its launch (this is just an assumption based on the tight collaboration the three companies have at the moment).
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