By analyzing the movement of supply chains, Digitimes claims to have sussed out some details of an upcoming Android tablet from Motorola . The device, which they believe will run Android 3.0, will be packing some serious hardware. The internals would be different from previous Android devices with an Nvidia Tegra 2 at its core. The touchscreen will be made by Sharp. This display will not have the brightness of the iPad display, but it is thinner and lighter.
Digitimes researchers believe this device will enter mass production in late 2010. The development of the G1 was cited as an example of this type of Google/manufacturer cooperation, and we would also point out a similar scenario with the Motorola Droid. The analysis also claimed this tablet could sell up to 2 million units by the end of the year. If that's going to happen, they'll want to announce it sooner rather than later.
What do you think? Plausible series of conclusions, or questionable genuineness?