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Motorola may be working on a new tablet

06 May 2017, 02:21 | Harold Aguilar

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Android Police's sources also claim that the alleged Moto tablet could be a 9-inch device with a premium build quality.

Motorola is working on a new device.

This would be provided by a task bar that enabled users to pin commonly used apps and bring them up without returning to the home screen or bringing up the multi-tasking view.

Assuming that Motorola is indeed making a new Android tablet, this will be the first time that the company has done so in a long while. No, this time it's not another Moto phone, but a tablet.


The illustration appears to show two side-by-side apps, with closing applications handled by long pressing the app icon and dragging it upwards. But this hasn't been the case with Motorola, which released its last tablet back in 2011. However, the upcoming Motorola tablet will apparently allow users to disable Productivity Mode for a more traditional usage scenario. It's said to come with a unique feature (though one that it may actually be borrowing from certain Lenovo slates): Productivity Mode. The company has been on a hot streak in the mobile scene and I'd love to see the touches it could put on a future tablet. Now, however, as part of Lenovo, Motorola Mobility is reportedly getting ready to announce a brand new tablet.

Lenovo is now Motorola's parent company, and it's not so surprising that the companies would be sharing the same type of software for two different devices. The screen shot Android Police received from its source also suggests that the Moto tablet will have a dedicated app drawer button, which would make users' lives a lot easier.

That reduction in depth, however, will come at a somewhat steep price, according to marketing material reviewed by VentureBeat: a model whose predecessor is renowned for its capacious 3510mAh battery is going to offer a much more conservative 3000mAh pack.



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