Motorola this week started a little pre-CES buzz for itself by releasing a video that suggests it’s about to release a new tablet PC running on Google’s much-anticipated Honeycomb mobile operating system for tablets.
As Enterprise Mobile Today reports, the snarky video ad playfully takes swings at Apple and Samsung while creating some element of mystery to its big announcement expected during next month’s Consumer Electronics Show.
If the Motorola tablet is anything like the Motorola device demonstrated earlier this month by Andy Rubin, Google’s top mobile executive, it will feature touchscreen navigation, support for larger mobile apps and a dual-core NVIDIDA Tegra 2 processor, 32 GB of storage and both front- and back-facing cameras.
Motorola this week released gave tablet PC connoisseurs something new to ponder with a teaser ad that managed to mock both Apple’s iPad and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab while simultaneously lauding the Rosetta Stone.
While the video did a great job of dissing Apple’s iPad as simply a “giant iPhone” and credits the Galaxy Tab for running the Android mobile OS but belittles it for using a version “for a phone,” it did little to clarify exactly what the new Motorola (NYSE: MOT) tablet device will look like when it’s unveiled at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in January.