DigiTimes Research claims Google may cooperate with Motorola to develop an Android 3.0 based tablet device:
Kuo pointed out that cooperation will be similar as Google's G1 smartphone, under which the two firms and their telecom partners will all have the rights to label their names on the device. Verizon is expected to be the distributor of the device in the telecoms channel.
Motorola's tablet PC will feature the Tegra 2 platform from Nvidia and a 10.1-inch panel supplied by Sharp. The panel has a lower brightness than that of Apple's iPad, but is thinner in size. The tablet PC will be manufactured by Motorola and is set for mass production by the end of 2010, Kuo noted.