Motorolas Honeycomb tablet coming to Verizon possibly with 4G support

first_imgLast week, Google‘s Andy Rubin showed off Motorola‘s new Android tablet with little fan fare, using the 10-inch slate simply as a way to demonstrate Android 3.0 Honeycomb‘s improved functionality for larger multitouch displays. Now we have new details on that tablet, thanks to a leak to Engadget, which shows that the 10-inch Honeycomb slate will be available on Verizon‘s CDMA network. AdChoices广告This gels with some persistent rumors that have claimed that Verizon would get a 10-inch Motorola tablet sometime in the new year to vie with the iPad 3G. The question is whether or not this Motorola tablet will be a 3G only affair, or if it’ll take advantage of Verizon’s new LTE 4G networkOtherwise, the specs of the Motorola tablet are pretty sound: an NVIDIA 1GHz Tegra 2 processor, 512MB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, a built-in microSD card slot and a 1280 x 800 multitouch display, along with dual cameras and mini-HDMI.Motorola’s tablet has no name yet, with Engadget’s tipster simply saying that it could be called the “Stingray,” “Everest” or “Trygon” when it hits Verizon stores in 2011. Those names are uniformly terrible, but the tablet itself seems decent. We should know more at CES.Read more at Engadgetlast_img read more