Motorola may be working on a new tablet

There's no word from Motorola as well about the existence of any such device.

A report published today claims that Lenovo-owned Motorola is working on a new tablet which is the first one that the company has worked on in years.

Besides, the report also posted up a screenshot which reveals that the tablet might come with a "productivity mode" which will let you pin apps to the navigation bar for easy multitasking.

If Motorola Android tablet will materialize with pro features, it is safe to assume that it will come with a stylus accessory.

We praised the Moto Z Play for being a battery champion earlier this year. It's been long we have seen a decent tablet and that is mainly because of how tablet market has been deteriorating with time.




Because so little is known about the tablet itself, we can't speculate on what kind of specs to anticipate or the budget range this tablet will target.

Lenovo is now Motorola's parent company, and it's not so surprising that the companies would be sharing the same type of software for two different devices.

The illustration appears to show two side-by-side apps, with closing applications handled by long pressing the app icon and dragging it upwards. The last time Motorola made a tablet was back in December 2011 with the Droid Xyboard running Android 3.0 Honeycomb.

Motorola would also have to nail the price to truly entice shoppers, since Android productivity apps are now available on many Chromebooks, making them an increasingly attractive alternative for those interested in an affordable and portable work machine. However, the switch to enable/disable the productivity mode is all new, it seems. Some variants of the device may offer cellular connectivity, it is believed. I love being productive, it's just that I can't get over the possibility that this source's information is actually pointing to the Lenovo Tab 4 10, which was unveiled to the world at MWC 2017 and is very much not a secret.

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