Motorola may be working on a new tablet

The publication says that it's 9-10 inches in diagonal size and that it has a premium feel; however, there's now no information on the processor, screen dimensions or even a name. We're looking forward to this new tablet because Motorola has been rolling out great products lately.

According to a new report, Motorola is working on a new tablet which will come with some new productivity features for the customers as well. Now, since Motorola hasn't come up with a tablet in a very long time, this piece of information arouses curiosity.

CNET last reviewed a Motorola tablet in 2011.

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The display itself will remain unchanged, most likely to make sure that all the add ons for Z-series devices will stay useful. Also, you can close the app by simply long pressing it and swiping it up of the navigation bar.

Motorola would also have to nail the price to truly entice shoppers, since Android productivity apps are now available on many Chromebooks, making them an increasingly attractive alternative for those interested in an affordable and portable work machine. It makes this supposed "Moto" tablet sound pretty interesting, but again, the Productivity Mode is all we know about. If you enable it, the interface will switch to Chrome OS-style navbar at the bottom of the screen. The nav buttons are aligned to the left, with a dedicated app drawer button alongside them, while a Gmail icon can be seen pinned to the navigation bar. It is also probably that there will be multiple variants of the tablet and at least one of them will offer cellular connectivity. Tablets are mostly for consuming media, but if it delivers on being a premium device for productivity, it might garner enough attention from businesses and schools, as pointed out by Android Authority.

  • Delia Davidson