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Motorola was the first company to work with Google to release a tablet running Android 3.0 Honeycomb — the first version of Google’s operating system designed specifically for tablets.

That was more than three years ago, and the Android tablet space is very different today than it was then. There are hundreds of models from dozens of companies, many with prices of well under $200.

As for Motorola? The company’s second-generation Android tablets never made much of a splash, and a third generation never arrived.

But it could have. Leaked photos of an unannounced tablet allegedly called the XOOM 3 have hit the web, giving us a peak at a tablet that never saw the light of day.

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