Motorola and Verizon have teamed up to launch a 10 inches internet tablet device that will run on Android 2.2 Froyo. According to Financial Times report, this device is set to be launched by the fall of 2010. Clearly, this a step from Motorola and Verizon to compete with the Apple iPad. It’s expected to tie closely to Verizon’s FiOS digital pay-TV service in the U.S.
Apple has sold more than 3 million iPads since its launch back in April 2010. HP, RIM, Microsoft, Lenovo, Samsung and LG, all have promised to bring their tablets by the end of this year but none of these manufacturers has promised TV integration like the Motorola’s tablet.
Technical information of Motorola tablet reveals that the device will have two cameras, one for taking pictures and the other for video conferencing. There is also full Flash support, which is not in Apple iPad and Motorola tablet is thinner and lighter than the iPad. It also facilitates wireless data connection sharing with nearby devices.
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[Source: Financial Times]