The presence of Android Gingebread just confirmed via phone Nexus S, but Google has been showing off its successors. Andy Rubin, Google’s vice president of Engineering, shows a tablet-based Motorola Android Honeycomb.
Rubin did not reveal much about the tablet is still a prototype of this. Mentioned is a dual-core processor and Nvidia video chat support. There is also described on its size, but it seems by 10 Inch.
Quoted in InformationWeek, Motorola’s CEO has confirmed the presence of two tablets of them in 2011. One other sized 7 Inch 10 Inch.
Motorola tablets which exhibited Rubin runs very early version of Honeycomb. According to him, Honeycomb will show the real strength of tablets, for example, to optimally run on the big screen.
Then, the user interface elements such as the home screen, widgets, and so would redesigned. In tablet Motorola, also run Google Maps for Mobile 5.0. One of the advantages, Google Maps can be used offline.Ceo, Demo, Dual Core Processor, Gadget, Google, Google Maps, Interface Elements, Motorola, News, Nexus, Nvidia, Presence, Prototype, Successors, User Interface, Vice President, Video Chat, Widgets