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Motorola has suggested in the past that the 10in Xoom won't remain its only tablet, so it was only a matter of time before some daring mortal went all MI5 with a spy camera and uploaded some shots of the bloomin' thing.

Here's the first, which, although blurry, allegedly shows the unknown Moto slate with angled corners and a much thinner body than its 10in predecessor. The Verge speculates that it's a seven-incher, based on the tablets size relative to other objects in the image.

Motorola 7in tablet

The device features at least two ports on the bottom edge - presumably micro USB and HDMI - and the word 'Motorola' can - just about - be seen on the top left.

It is also claimed to be running Android, with the Honeycomb camera app faintly visible on screen. ®

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