Dec 20 AT 1:07 PM Taylor Wimberly 36 Comments

Motorola teases Honeycomb tablet unveiling for upcoming CES

Motorola’s PR firm just sent us a new teaser video which confirms our earlier speculation that the Honeycomb tablet we saw a couple weeks ago will be making another appearance at CES next month. The video centers on the evolution of the tablet from ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic tablets to the modern tablet. Along they way Motorola takes jabs at Apple’s iPad saying “it’s like a giant iPhone” and refers to Samsung’s Galaxy Tab as running “Android OS…for a phone”.

No details about Motorola’s tablet are shared in the video, but we already know that it will feature NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 processor inside and should run on Verizon’s network. At the end of the video we see a bee which is buzzing around the Motorola logo to hint at Honeycomb, the first version of Android with specific features designed for tablets.

With only a few weeks left till CES, the wait is almost over. Motorola Mobility’s big press event is on January 5th and we will be there live to report on the full details. Check out the video below and let us know what you think.

Source: YouTube

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