Android Police's report also indicated that the upcoming Motorola Android tablet might measure 9 to 10 inches diagonally. Its 5.5-inch diagonal and 1080 x 1920 resolution remain static from year-to-year, most likely because Motorola needed to ensure that all of the MotoMods maintain compatibility with the newer Z-series devices.
A latest report from Android Police suggests that Motorola is now busy working on an Android tablet.
Unlike the old Xoom, the Productivity Mode in this Android tablet will reportedly be an option that users can activate or deactivate.
Motorola might soon surprise us all with a new Android tablet. If Motorola makes it an affordable product, the Android tablet will have a great selling point, Android Authority reported.
We may find out about this new device, or Motorola (or Lenovo) may kill it while still in development, who knows?
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. To close an app, users will just need to long-press on an app icon and then slide it up away from the navbar. The only other relevant information that was provided about the device is that Motorola could offer models of the tablet with cellular connectivity. However, it appears that the software takes a lot of inspiration from parent company Lenovo's tablets.
The Productivity Mode enables switching between the apps by using the Nav bar. The image also shows the navigation bar groups on-screen buttons to the left, and an app drawer icon to the right of the controls. 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.
There is a rumor floating around that Motorola may be working on a high-end tablet, its first in years, but with an unusual focus on productivity.