The Motorola CES press conference is going on right now, but it seems that the company has already released a promo image for its Honeycomb tablet, called the Xoom, along with another device called the Droid Bionic.
Update: We've had a chance to get the details on the new products, and both are coming with dual-core processors (dual-core = fast!). First, let's talk about the Xoom.
The Xoom will come stocked with:
- 10.1-inch HD wide-screen display
- Dual core 1Ghz processor
- "Floating" multi-finger use interface
- Android 3.0
- 2MP front-facing camera, 5MP rear-facing camera with HD-quality recording and LED flash
- First tablet to use a dual core processor, which means its faster and more powerful
- 720p video playback
- "Upgradable to 4G" — a 4G device will come out later this year, but all models are upgradable to 4G
- 1MB of internal RAM
The Xoom will be available in Q1 2011. Find out about the Droid Bionic when you read more.
The Droid Bionic is a new smartphone from Motorola that will come with dual-core 1Ghz processors, and should be available in Q1 2011. Check out the specs below:
- Verizon 4G LTE capable
- 4.3-inch HD display
- HDMI out
- 512MB of RAM
- Adobe Flash and HTML5 supported
- Front-facing VGA camera, and rear-facing 8MP camera