Sunday, August 14, 2011

Motorola create a tablet with high resolution and android 4.0

Motorola is working on a tablet worthy to compete with the iPad 3, and to make some major changes proposed for the design, the future product is keeping little resemblance to the current Xoom tablet.
First, Motorola decided to give up the screen of 16:9 in favor of the Apple series iPad-like of tablets with 4:3. The next step is crowding of the screen diagonal of 10 inches with not less than 3.14 million pixels, 2048 x 1536 resolution. It seems that the name of the future tablet is not Xoom 2s, already caught in some images, but rather we are dealing with a completely new product.
From the terms of the characteristics of the screen, the two tablets may be on an equal footing when it comes to software complicates things. Apple iPad 3 will use the iOS 5 operating system, which we know already that brings more news from the current iOS 4. Motorola has available the Android 4.0, or Ice Cream Sandwich as is known.
Ice Cream Sandwich is the first unified version of the Android, an operating system adapted to work equally well on tablets and Smartphone’s. Full compatibility with applications from Android Market is just one of the advantages of Honeycomb Android.
Adoption of the 4:3 format, instead of 16:9, can say that Motorola pay more attention to the practicality of a tablet, by choosing a less suitable screen for watching movies, but allows us to use more efficiently the space work.

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