Motorola Honeycomb Android Tablet: Clearly Verizon

A week ago we brought you news that Motorola were planning new tablet devices that could possibly use Verizon’s 4G network and a few days after that brought you a video of one such device, a Motorola tablet running on Android 3.0, Honeycomb, which we speculated could be the Stingray tablet.

Although we had previously seen some images and video of this device a new image is now out showing the Motorola tablet clearly displaying the Verizon logo. Sean Hollister over on Engadget, with more information from Howard Forums, shows us the rather blurred image and also reports that his tipster threw several names for the device into the ring, Stingray, Everest or Trygon.

More of the specs are also confirmed such as a 1GHz Tegra 2 T20 processor, 32GB of storage, gyroscope and 512MB RAM. There’s a 1200 x 800 multitouch screen, and a 32GB MicroSD card slot and from the rather fuzzy images it appears there could also be a micro-USB jack and a mini-HDMI port.

Desire Athow over on ITProPortal reports that this could be competitor to the Apple iPad and also the impressive looking BlackBerry PlayBook due out in early 2011 and also hints at plans by HTC and Sony Ericsson to get in on the tablet market. What do you think of this Motorola tablet device from what you’ve seen so far? We’d be interested in your comments so why not send them to us.