Motorola Android Tablet With Honeycomb: Video Demo

For some time now there have been rumors that Motorola is to offer a tablet device that will run on Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb, which is said to be called MotoPad. We also know that the tablet will be part of the Verizon carrier – so it could take advantage of the upcoming 4G network.

Now there is yet more evidence that this Motorola tablet could be with us early next year, as according to Ross Miller from Engadget, Andy Rubin has been showing off the device on stage. It seems that Google spoiled us yesterday, as they also announced the release date and official specs of the Nexus S, a handset made in collaboration with Samsung.

The Motorola Android tablet looks to have some amazing specs, such as a dual core 3D and NVIDIA processor, as well as video chat. We cannot be certain which tablet this is, but Miller believes that it could be the Stingray, which is either a 7-inch or 10-inch device.

On another posts from Engadget they have a screenshot of Honeycomb in action on the tablet device. Mike Luttrell from TG Daily said that it was only natural for Motorola and Google to team up, as they need to take the fight to the Apple iPad – much the same as they have in the smartphone market with the Droid handsets and the iPhone.

Do you think that Motorola has a shot at taking the tablet market share away from the Apple iPad?