06 May, 2017
The last time Motorola released a tablet, it looked like this.
Android Police reports that the Lenovo-owned Motorola is now building a tablet that may have a "premium feel" and bring in a new feature that could certainly catch some attention. However, Android Police suggests that this tablet will be on the larger size, probably a 9-10 inch device. Unfortunately, the source didn't provide any information on the device's other specifications like processor, storage or RAM. The screenshot below gives a little bit of insight about the feature, including the pinned apps in the task bar. The name of this device isn't known at this time, though, nor whether Motorola has even picked the final name for the product. This mode seems to be a lot like what we've already seen on Lenovo's Yoga Book. If you enable it, the interface will switch to Chrome OS-style navbar at the bottom of the screen. However, there's a leaked screenshot of the alleged tablet's highlighted feature - the Productivity Mode. It makes this supposed "Moto" tablet sound pretty interesting, but again, the Productivity Mode is all we know about. However, they do believe it's possible that some models may feature cellular connectivity.More news: Logano wins in Richmond
"Productivity Mode" allows users to quickly "Switch between apps by tapping the app icon in the navigation bar". Although the tablet delivered on features and performance, its pricing may have turned off consumers. Opting in for a contract with Verizon for the 10.1 set users back $30 a month for 2GB of monthly data, according to CNET.
Android Police, who is "highly confident" in their source, received the above image from this tablet. As far as the display is concerned, Motorola Android tablet is rumored to deliver breathtaking visual experience.