Brace yourselves! It's official now - we're going to get a wave of controlled leaks for the Tegra 2 Motorola tablet with Honeycomb (Android 3.0) until it's going to launch. First we've seen it at the D: Dive into Mobile conference when Andy Rubin showed it for a few seconds, and now we get first actual leak from somewhere in Taiwan.
The leak also contains some details about its specs. It's going to have a 1280 x 800 resolution, which I believe is perfect for tablets because of its 16:10 ratio. There will actually be multiple versions of this tablet, sporting CDMA, UMTS and even LTE, and will come in 2 sizes: 7 inch and 10 inch. Of course it's coming with the Tegra 2 chip which has been rumored for quite a while, 32 GB embedded MMC, a 5 MP back camera, 2 MP front camera and gyroscope. This should be the first real Android tablet, so let's hope they have a good start.