There’s a news round the corner that may amuse gadget lovers. Motorola is planning to come up with tablet device on the lines of Apple’s iPad. The equipment will be run jointly with the Verizon’s FiOS digital pay-television service.
Talking about the features of the device, its screen will be 10-inch wide. It will be embedded with both front and back cameras to enable video conferencing and capturing videos or any other images. The device would run on Google’s operating system Android. It will be thinner and lighter than the iPad.
The device fitted with Adobe Flash would allow an access to 90% of web videos and facilitates users to watch television on it. It can capture a picture on 480x854 pixels.
Sanjay Jha, Co-CEO of Motorola said, "I think we're very focused in participating in this convergence that's coming between mobility and home, and I think you will actually see some products from us in a very short period of time".
It is likely to be introduced in the U. S. markets in the autumn.
The news is worrisome for Apple, as it is probable that its revenues will be hit due to the launch of Motorola’s tablet and its inclusion of TV on such a gadget makes it stand at an upper edge.
With Google’s Android, which covers a market share of 27% and Verizon’s television services owning 25% of the US television market, Motorola has indeed made a significant move.
The Company has declined to provide any details about the gadget.
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