Motorola Android Honeycomb Tablet Images Surface Yet Again with Verizon Logo & Front-facing Webcam

December 13, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

As you already know, the Motorola Tablet with Android Honeycomb had been teasing us for quite a while now via a handful of blurry pictures. Though blurry, the images had given us a fair amount of idea as to how the slate would look like when it arrives for real.  As if to add to the anticipation,  new images of the tablet have started surfacing on the web.

These new images are blurry too, but more features have been rendered a bit clear. What we see in the images is an embossed Verizon logo and the presence of a front-facing webcam. Now, doesn’t that make you excited?

Take a look at the images, courtesy of the guys at Engadget, along side and they make it clear that the device sports a Motorola logo, and also a Verizon logo in the top left and top right hand sides.

Is this the tablet that Motorola was supposed to call the Stingray? Looks like it is, though there has been no official confirmation, whatsoever. There are other names such as Everest, Trygon and the like too doing the rounds.

What we can tell you for sure is that this, indeed, is the Motorola Android Honeycomb tablet with 10 inches of screen real estate that is gearing up for roll out.

On the specs front, we guess the device will sport a 1GHz Tegra 2 T20, a gyroscope and 32GB of storage space. The 10-inch multi touch screen will boast of 1280 x 800 resolution and 512MB of RAM.

More storage will come via the 32GB microSD card slot. Among the other features will be a micro-USB jack, a mini-HDMI port and a 3.5mm headphone slot.

The Verizon logo pushes us to think that the device would ride on the Verizon’s 4G LTE network. We are looking forward to that. What do you think about that?

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