Motorola's Honeycomb tablet poses for the camera once again

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from  Omaha, NE
| Published: December 12, 2010

Motorola Stingray Honeycomb tablet

Motorola's Honeycomb-powered tablet has already been leaked a couple of times, but we're not ones to pass up the opportunity to have another look at the unannounced device.  The Moto product is the star of a pretty extensive photo shoot posted over at Engadget, and there are even some new details about the tablet that have surfaced.  As you can see in the photo above, there's now a Verizon logo plastered in the upper right corner of the device, confirming what we all pretty much assumed, and a front-facing camera right above the screen.  The source of the leak also passed some of the tablet's specs along, which include a 1GHz Tegra 2 T20 processor, 10-inch 1280x800 multitouch-capable display, 512MB of RAM, 32GB of storage, microSD card slot, and what looks like micro-USB and mini-HDMI ports.  We've heard in the past that the title of Stingray is just a codename, but the tipster isn't sure what name Moto's tablet will bear when it actually arrives on shelves.

We've already heard most of the specs and other info before, but it's nice to get them semi-confirmed by another leak.  While we don't really know much about the tablets coming from other companies like HTC, it seems pretty safe to say that this Motorola device is catapulting itself to the front of the Great Android Tablet Race.  Heck, it'll probably end up giving the PlayBook and iPad/iPad 2 a run for their money, too, although we'll have to wait until we get some pricing info before declaring this device the clear-cut winner.  From what we've seen so far of the Stingray, how do you think it stands up against its competitors in the tablet space?

Motorola Stingray Honeycomb tablet

Via Engadget