Remember that Android tablet by Motorola we saw at the Dive into Mobile conference a few days ago?
Well, it looks like someone in Taiwan was able to get a hold of the device and has snapped a photo of the homescreen as well as his first-hour impressions on the device.
Rumors also say that there will be a seven-inch version alongside the 10-inch tablet that Google's Andy Rubin demoed at the event.
Here are some supposed specs of the device above:
– 1280 x 800 display
– NVIDIA Tegra 2 T20 dual-core chip
– 5MP back camera
– 2MP front camera
– 32GB MMC
– slot for microSD card
– "pretty light" weight-wise
– comes in UMTS, CDMA and LTE
– Hardware is ready to go, but Honeycomb still needs work.
– Pricing will be similar to Moto's higher-end phones
With devices like the MotoTablet (that's what we'll call it for now) and the BlackBerry PlayBook on the way, it looks like the playing field may finally level out in the tablet computer market.