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Motorola Honeycomb Tablet Spotted With Verizon Logo

December 12, 2010 | by Michael Heller

Android News, Tablets

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This news probably doesn’t come as a surprise to anyone, but Andy Rubin’s now famous $10,000 tablet has been spotted in blurry pics with a Verizon logo stamped on the top right of the bezel. Sure, Motorola has a couple Android phones here and there on other carriers, but their flagship line is Verizon’s flagship line: Droid. So, getting news that Motorola’s upcoming tablet will be a Verizon device seemed almost like a foregone conclusion. I’m actually a bit surprised that there’s no Droid logo on the device.

In addition to the Verizon tag, the edge of the tablet looks like it’s sporting the ubiquitous micro-USB jack, and a nice mini-HDMI jack. We can only hope that the mini-HDMI is a standard on the upcoming wave of tablets. Blurrycam shots are always a bit tough to parse, but those look like the interesting developments.

Here are the pics for your enjoyment:

[Engadget]