Motorola Xoom Tablet Running Android 3.0 Honeycomb

Motorola Outs Tablet, Smaller Device on Website Ahead of CES Announcement

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