A report published today claims that Lenovo-owned Motorola is working on a new tablet which is the first one that the company has worked on in years. Not much is known about this tablet right now but it’s claimed, as you can see in the screenshot posted above, that the tablet is going to bring a “productivity mode.” The screenshot also reveals that the tablet is going to be powered by Android.

The folks at AndroidPolice claim that they have received this information from a trusted source and that they are “highly confident” about the quality of this information. The tablet is said to be on the larger side, possibly measuring 9-10 inches, with a premium look and feel.

There’s no information about the actual specifications so it’s unclear what the screen resolution will be, what processor it’s going to have, how much RAM and storage, etc. Some variants of the device may offer cellular connectivity, it is believed.

As far as the productivity mode is concerned, users will apparently be able to flip a toggle and they will then be able to pin apps to the navbar which will enable them to quickly switch between the apps without having to go back to the multitasking user interface or the home screen. It will surely save a lot of time.

Motorola hasn’t said anything about a new tablet at this point in time so it’s unclear when this tablet is going to be announced, where it’s going to be sold, and how much it’s going to cost.

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