Google’s Andy Rubin shows off upcoming Motorola tablet running Android 3.0 (Demo Video)

By on Dec 8, 2010 in Technology, United States Comments

Google’s Andy Rubin shows off the upcoming Motorola tablet running Android 3.0, as published in various technical news sites on Tuesday.

According to reports, Andy Rubin, Google‘s Android chief made the demo of a prototype of Motorola‘s upcoming tablet running Android 3.0 on Monday, during the D: Dive Into Mobile Conference in San Francisco.

Also known as Honeycomb, Mr. Rubin revealed that the device will have a dual-core Tegra chip from Nvidia and support video conferencing, wherein the demo video is available below.

An updated version of Google Maps was also tried by Rubin during the demo, which will be released to Android users in the coming days.

The new Google Maps will allow users to zoom in and view 3D renderings of buildings.

Rubin, also the Vice President of Google’s engineering, did not mention specific details about the latest Motorola Android tablet even its dimensions but says it might be released early next year.

According to experts, this no-button design tablet is somehow setting the minds of the people in what they should expect for the future looks of more Android products that will be released.



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