2017 Android Lenovo Motorola Rumors & Leaks tablets

Motorola is reportedly working on a new tablet

According to Android Police, Moto is working on a new premium tablet device, which would be the company’s newest tablet since the Motorola Xoom.

A screenshot that was sent to Android Police, shows the new Moto tablet will have a productivity mode, which 9to5Google points out is a mode that can be found on Lenovo’s Yoga Book. The productivity mode will allow users to pin apps to the navbar, and dragging it up, without having to go back to the homescreen or multitasking screen to switch between apps.

Productivity mode on the Lenovo Yoga Book

To close in app, all you have to do is long-press on an icon in the navbar. The productivity mode can be enable via a toggle switch in the settings. The screenshot that Android Police received, also shows a dedicated app drawer button on the navbar.

The screenshot of the Productivity Mode on the rumored new Moto Tablet.

The new Moto tablet will be on the larger side with a 9-10 inch screen and will have a premium look and feel. Android Police believes that the new device could offer cellular connectivity.

We may hear something about this new Moto tablet in June at Lenovo Tech World, which is where Lenovo shows off their new devices including Moto device but this is all just speculation.

Source: Android Police, 9to5Google

By Sachin Bahal

Sachin is a talented and versatile writer with a passion for technology and loves to write about gaming, entertainment, tech and more. He started TheCanadianTechie back in 2012 to become the ultimate, independent source for tech enthusiasts or “techies”.

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