Motorola Droid Xoom will be running on the all new Android Honeycomb OS, The Honeycomb is a specifically redesigned version of Android OS, made for tablets, it has many enhancements in the UI and media functionality of the device.
Powered by a Nvidia Tegra 2 processora “dual core 3D processor”, the Droid Xoom tablet features a 5MP rear camera and a front facing 2MP camera. The tablet ships with 32GB of flash storage memory with the option of Verizon’s 4G LTE connectivity. The device also comes with a microSD card slot and is expected to have a seven or ten inch touchscreen display. The display screen can be divided into two and two programs can be run and seen simultaneously. For instance, a list of emails can be had on one side of the screen while a full email can be viewed on the other side.
Video : Motorola Android tablet prototype running Honeycomb