DroidLanding, the folks who handle promotion of all Droid devices for Verizon, have launched a new teaser video that indicates that a new Motorola tablet is going to be launched soon.
The video doesn’t divulge any information regarding the tablet itself, but the size of the tablet indicates that it will be a 10-inch variant. Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside mentioned earlier this month that they are working on a tablet that will feature design cues and technologies that were seen on the Moto X. Most likely, the tablet will also include Motorola’s X8 chip, which features a total of eight cores that includes a 1.7GHz dual-core Krait CPU, quad-core Adreno 320 GPU and two cores for active listening and contextual awareness.
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The new tablet will work with Moto Maker, Motorola’s customization website that allows users to choose from a bevy of color schemes and storage variations amongst other things.
Motorola’s last two tablets, the Xoom and Xyboard, did not do all that well in the consumer market, but Motorola has turned itself around after the acquisition by Google. The new tablet should be available in time for the holidays, and we’re not yet certain whether is a device exclusive to Verizon, or whether it will be available to a wider audience.