Motorola's next step in the evolution of their Droid smartphone line has popped up online courtesy of three "tutorial" videos on gadget blog PhonePads. Dubbed the Motorola Droid 3, headline features include 1080p video recording, an 8MP camera and HDMI-output….
The Motorola XOOM is a fairly tricky device to review. On the one hand, you have a high-spec tablet device that's packed full of enough features to really give the Apple's iPad a run for its money. On the other hand, as the first tablet to hit the market with the Honeycomb OS, it's very much a guinea pig for Google's newly-focussed tablet assault with Android. As a result, it's just as much a critique of the OS (which Motorola likely had very little input with) as it is the device itself, and in many respects can therefore act as a glimpse as to what to expect from Android tablets in the future. Is the XOOM's hardware/OS combo enough to topple Apple's "magical" slate?
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