Motorola Moto Android tablet leaks with 'Productivity Mode'

Motorola Moto Android tablet leaks with 'Productivity Mode'

Motorola Moto Android tablet leaks with 'Productivity Mode'

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. It could very well be a Motorola device, and to be completely honest, that's what I hope it is.

Motorola has been out of the tablet league for a long time now but the latest report from Android Police hints a new tablet from the Lenovo-owned company.

"Productivity Mode" allows users to quickly "Switch between apps by tapping the app icon in the navigation bar". This would be Motorola's first tablet to come to market in a couple years. Meantime, rumors claim that the Moto X will have a price tag of $300, Phone Dog reported. Stay tuned with us to know more.

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Because so little is known about the tablet itself, we can't speculate on what kind of specs to anticipate or the budget range this tablet will target. Long pressing the app icon and dragging it upwards will reportedly close the app.

It's been a while since we saw a tablet from Motorola - the last was Motorola Xoom which launched some years back.

Android Police has also shared a picture of what is supposedly the Productivity mode on this tablet. "This integrates with the built-in productivity interface, which features a taskbar and instant app switching, support for multiple windows and optimization for mouse and keyboard operations". The image also shows the navigation bar groups on-screen buttons to the left, and an app drawer icon to the right of the controls. The only other relevant information that was provided about the device is that Motorola could offer models of the tablet with cellular connectivity. As far as the display is concerned, Motorola Android tablet is rumored to deliver breathtaking visual experience.

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