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Motorola Android Tablet coming soon in market in 2010

Google's mobile operating system Android is catching up with major handset makers. Android is a mobile operating system, initially developed by Google and later by the Open Handset Alliance, a consortium of 47 hardware, software and telecom companies. Being an open-source operating system, Android allows developers to design applications independent of the handset type. Apple's "dramatic iPad success" has forced other companies - such as Motorola - to manufacture their own line of tablets.

Recently, Motorola co-CEO Sanjay Jha revealed the statement, Motorola is ready to put the final touches on an Android-based tablet. Actually the companies like RIM and APPLE use their own OS, other companies like: Samsung, LG, HTC, and Sony Ericsson manage to go with dwindling SymbianOS. So, it becomes very difficult task to choose when it comes to OS.

However, it is not just the OS alone which can drive a customer in. However, it seems that Motorola has nearly all of its focus on Android today. Hence it expected that the devices- Motorola Android Tablet is going to give a good comfort range.

Motorola has already showed off a prototype of Android tablet earlier this year as part of a demonstration of Verizon Wireless' forthcoming LTE network. However Android is also powering tablet efforts from the companies like Dell, Acer and Asustek. In the meanwhile, it being observed that Andriod’s market has lots of ups-downs. The best part about Android, is an open source OS. But when different companies incorporate their features on it, all of them look alike. So the manufacturers are really looking forward to Google for some upgrades.

The flat keyboard on the original Droid has been widely criticized by the user for being too hard to use, and is expected that Motorola must have noticed the complaints. If we look Droid 2 we find that, has leaked out shows that this device will drop the D-pad from the sliding keyboard, giving for larger keys, which have been made convex.

It’s not clear if the D-pad has been moved below the screen or eliminated entirely, as no pictures of the entire Smartphone are available yet. . Apart from this change, the Droid 2 will supposedly be much the same as the current version, including a 3.7-inch display. It will evidently have more chrome. One change that might be made is a faster processor -- most of the high end Android OS models have a processing speed of 1 G. A better camera is also a possibility.

Motorola has done well on Android with its Droid handset as compared to its other Motorola handset like the RAZR. We can hope that too have done well with Android Tablet. It has another two handsets coming soon in the market. Let’s see whether the choice of Motorola is up to the mark this time.