Andy Rubin managed to surprise everyone at the D: Dive Into Mobile event, by pulling out not a Nexus S, but a prototype Motorola tablet, based on Android 3.0 Honeycomb. The slate was held in the bag of goodies of the Google official and who knows what other mysterious gadget was in there…


This could be the Verizon Motorola Stingray tablet we’ve been hearing so much about, or simply a mysterious newcomer based on NVIDIA technology and Honeycomb. As far as we know, this prototype comes with a dual core 3D processor, video chat and a new version of Google Maps, showcased by Andy Rubin.

Whether or not this is a 10 inch tablet we can’t yet decided, but it sure seems like it, although 7 inch wouldn’t be a disappointment, either. The video below provides more info:

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