Motorola has officially announced their Xoom tablet, which have been a hot topic in the past few days. The official announcement has revealed that Motorola Xoom tablet is going to using Android 3.0 HoneyComb instead of looking back to Android Gingerbread version. So the Bread not that tasty anymore, huh?
Of course, since the company want their tablet to run on Google’s upcoming Android 3.0, their specifications have tuned for the eligibility to run the system. Motorola Xoom tablet has come with 10.1-inch touchscreen display with resolution up to 1280 x 800 and it has dual core 1GHz processor running under the hood.
But merely fulfilling the requirement is not enough. Motorola has added more tasty features like front-rear facing camera with the rear camera has better sensor (5MP) and capable of recording HD video in 720p format, can playback 1080p movies, has HDMI output port, support 3G, 4G LTE (available in Q2 of 2011) and a set of functionality like accelerometer, barometer, gyroscope and compass are not the stuffs that Motorola want to miss.
Sadly, Motorola haven’t revealed the full specs of this cool baby and the pricing is yet to known.