We have some interesting news to bring you now, as on the back on the global availability of the Samsung Galaxy 10.1 this week, an image of an unknown, unannounced Verizon tablet has been discovered.
It’s probably too early to tell, but could we be looking at the Motorola Xoom 2 here? Take a look at the picture below and let us what you think.
The picture has been provided by Verizon leak specialists Droid-Life, who are speculating that this could also be HTC’s upcoming Honeycomb tablet. One important thing to note here, is that the screenshot came via a Verizon advertisement that was briefly shown on YouTube. This video has now been removed by Verizon, leading us to believe that they may have something to hide.
As you can see, it’s obviously a different device to the Motorola Xoom, so what could we be looking at here? We’d absolutely love it if this device turns out to be a Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet with an NVIDIA quad-core Kal-El processor – how good would that be? We’re probably getting ahead of ourselves here but we can always dream.
What are your thoughts on the picture, do you think this tablet is genuine or just a mock-up?
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