After announcing three new smart phones Android at CES 2011 this week, Motorola came out with a new tablet, the Xoom Motorola, which will feature the highly anticipated version 3.0 of the Android operating system honeycomb.
So the model has to handle was simply running demonstration software showing some high-definition graphics capabilities of Xoom, more than anything that could give an example of processing live with 1 GHz processor Dual-Core, or video output HDMI port, or even take photos with their 5-megapixel rear camera of 2 megapixel camera and chat. The tablet, which until now has been very well received, it will run in honeycomb (not the breakfast cereal), the latest version of Google’s Android operating system. The team-based Verizon also has 1280 x 800 resolution on a 10.1-inch monitor, 5 megapixel camera and processor 1 GHz dual-core processor Tegra 2.
First, the Xoom has a 10.1-inch screen, which is higher than 7 on the form and iPad 9.7 incher incher. It has an aspect ratio widescreen with 1200 x 800 pixels and is powered by processors 1 GHz dual core. Will send a 3G radio for wireless broadband to begin with, but you can upgrade to 4G Long Term Evolution through a hardware handshaking modem later this year. Other hardware specifications include support for playback of 1080p HD video and Adobe Flash Player. For the game, has a gyroscope, accelerometer, electronic compass and barometer. The main camera shoots at 5 megapixels and can capture 720p HD video. The Xoom is a user facing 2 megapixel camera for video conferencing. The IPAD does not have cameras.
The Xoom Android 3.0 will ship with the comb, which has been specifically optimized for tablets. According to Motorola, Google has not completed the user interface, and indeed, none of the Xooms on the screen were actually working. Mobility Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha, said during his presentation that the software is not ready yet. Google had, however, produced a series of videos uploaded to Xooms in hand, he walked through CES curious what Honeycomb shown.
Verizon Wireless plans to launch the 3G version and Wi-Fi Motorola Xoom late in the first quarter of 2011. 4G units will be available in Q2 2011. The price was not disclosed.
Check out Official Motorola XOOM Honeycomb Tablet Video,