Motorola talks future tablets, won’t make the same Xoom mistakes

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10 Aug, 2011 10:05 pm

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Motorola held another conference the other day with the CEO, Sanjay Jha going over various topics. One of them was tablets of course. We know Motorola has two more tablets due out this year but there was no revealing here other than “aggressive form factors” which is a bit ambiguous. We’re guessing there’s a 7-inch tablet in the works (in addition to a “Motorola XOOM 2″) since the CEO has shown a liking for that particular size on various occasions.

The CEO reflected on their first Motorola Xoom tablet and promised that things would be different for future tablets. That entails releasing Wi-Fi models earlier, coordinating tablet launches globally, possibly under a global KORE brand, if that’s not just the name of one of Motorola’s upcoming tablets, “much more aggressive form factors” and “greater differentiation” in terms of enterprise capability and multimedia capabilities.

As far as upcoming Motorola tablets go, everything is rumor – there’s a possible 4:3 ratio 10-inch tablet with a 2048 x 1536 resolution display and Ice Cream Sandwhich,  and countless incidents of a Motorola Xoom sequel which we call the “Motorola Xoom 2” for now, which at one stage was prematurely leaked on Motorola Mobility’s homepage and is rumored to sport Nvidia Tegra 3.

Source: Droid Life


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