The forthcoming Motorola Honeycomb tablet (you know, the one Andy Rubin showed off last week) has been detailed in pics and this time with possible specs from a forum poster.
The first Android 3.0 tablet was rumoured to be packed with some of the best tech available at the moment, and with a Nvidia Tegra 2 1GHz dual-core processor, it seems it just might be.
The tablet will come in both 7-inch and 10-inch variants, with 32GB of internal storage, a 5MP camera on the back (2MP on the front) and 512MB of RAM.
The display will apparently be 1280 x 800 resolution, but whether that remains for both sizes is unclear.
Another forum has managed to nab some screenshots with the device it's calling 'pretty light' – this is one of the first times we've seen Android 3.0/Honeycomb up close and personal.
Okay, they're pretty poor, but they've been removed from the post and only a quick strip-out from Engadget has saved them for all to see.
It seems we've finally got a tablet-friendly Android OS with Honeycomb – we bet Samsung Galaxy Tab owners can't wait for the update.