Ah, blurry leaked photographs. They always seem to show just enough to pique our interest, but not quite enough to really offer any significant details. Such is the case with the image you see above, which allegedly shows a Motorola tablet running the Honeycomb camera app in the wild. The device looks to have a 7-inch display with a 16:9 aspect ratio as well as a Moto logo upper left corner (lower left in landscape orientation). There also appears to be a pair of ports on the bottom of the slate, possibly of the micro-USB and micro-HDMI variety.
Closely examining the photo also reveals a mystery phone in the upper right corner. Exactly what this device may be isn't clear, but it looks to be a tad on the chunky side.
Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha has hinted at his company releasing a 7-inch tablet on more than one occasion, so it's not a shock to finally see such a device in the wild. Obviously there's still a lot we don't know about this slate, but for those of you that liked the XOOM but would prefer something a tad smaller, it might be something to look forward to.
Via This is my next