It was just earlier this week that Google’s Andy Rubin decided to show off Android 3.0 on the Motorola Tablet only known as the Motopad, and now it appears that someone else has gotten their hands on the device. But they’re being a little more forthcoming.
The posts at a Chinese forum seem by someone claiming to have gotten a hands-on also drop some spec bombs. There will be a 10″ version and a 7″ version; the former is probably what we saw Rubin using, though 10″ at 16:10 looks smaller than 10″ at 4:3 for some reason. The processor is the dual-core Tegra 2 T20, not a common chip, but very capable. The model the guy looked at had 32GB of internal storage, a 2MP camera on the front, and a 5MP camera on the back. And yes, thank god, there’s a MicroSD slot.
There will be UMTS, CDMA, and LTE versions of the device, apparently, which of course points at Verizon, but I’m sure there will also be a wifi-only version, and that’ll be the one I go for.