According to the site Mobile01, and Google Translate, one lucky Taiwanese Googler has their hands on one of Motorola’s Android tablets shown off by Andy Rubin on D:Dive and has some specs to share. Compared to currently available Android tablets, Motorola’s offerings are a step above. Base specs feature a NVIDIA Tegra 2 T20 dual-core processor, gyroscope, a 5 MP camera with a 2 MP shooter on the front, 32GB embedded MMC, and a microSD slot. Variable specs are said to include your choice of 2 screen sizes, 7″ and 10″ (at a resolution of 1280×800), and the option of CDMA, UMTS, and LTE. While Mr. Rubin may have said that the tablet he was using cost somewhere in the neighborhood of $10,000, word has it Motorola’s prices are right around that of their high end cell phones.
Unfortunately, nothing else has been spilled except for a washed out picture of Honeycomb’s home-screen (which you can find below) that really doesn’t tell us anything. Now that we know the “Motopad,” as it’s being called by some, is out and about we can expect to see more anytime now.