Motorola cooperates with Google for the Android 3.0 tablet
A new project featuring Motorola and Google is starting to take shape. It appears that Google is designing not only the hardware but is also very involved in the specification settings, like the user interface and will apply the Android 3.0 on it.
This cooperation between Motorola and Google is similar with the one for Google G1 smartphone. Motorola Android 3.0 tablet will feature a 10.1 inch Sharp display which is thinner than Apple’s tablet, and NVIDIA’s dual-core Tegra 250. The Motorola tablet design will carry a FiOS TV angle and probably the Stingary name.
The volume production will start by the end of 2010, which means that this new Motorola tablet will probably be launched at the end of 2010 or beginning of 2011. The 2011 selling target for Motorola Android 3.0 tablet is about two million, which is equal with Apple’s iPad sellings in less than two months.
But before this Android 3.0 tablet will appear, another competitor, made by HTC and Google, named Google Chrome OS tablet is rumored for November 26. Both of these tablets are made in cooperation with Google and both of them will be released on Verizon.