Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Moto's $10,000 tablet runs Android 3.0

While we're still waiting for the first phone to come out with Android 2.3 (the Samsung Nexus S), Google have gone one step further with a look at Android 3.0 "Honeycomb" running on a Motorola tablet device.. which a Google VP jokingly said would cost $10,000 (although this is probably an accurate price tag for an engineering sample like this).

Android 3.0 is built with tablets in mind, a big plus point to anyone who has felt a bit disappointed by the Samsung Galaxy Tab which is just like a scaled up smartphone.

Obviously, all this is going to appear sometime next year.. and hopefully it will give some serious competition to Apple's highly-polished tablet offering, whatever that is called.



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