If you like the Motorola Droid Smartphone, but what you’re really in the market for is a tablet, we have the solution for you. The Motorola Droid tablet, known as the “Motorola Sholes” was recently spotted and features many of the specs that have made the Moto Droid popular, with a few extra editions and the removal of the phones sliding qwerty keyboard.
On the one hand the Sholes Tablet features the same 550MHz OMAP TI 3430 processor found on the Droid and the same 3.7 inch display with touchscreen capabilities at 854 x 480 pixels of resolution. On the other hand they’ve thrown in HDMI output abilities with a 3.5mm headphone jack for top notch video and audio playback.
Electronista is also reporting that the device will come equipped with UMTS/HSPA 3G data access just like currently available Droid units.
The Droid’ish” tablet is also slated to feature Google Android 2.1, although the model pictures was running Android 2.0 for pre-production purposes. While an 8MP camera with xenon flash is also pictured.
No word on a release date or pricing at this time, actually the photo comes from China so it may still be a ways off or just a concept design. at this point. Although Motorola’s roadmap may be pointing to an early 2010 release.