Moto Z2 Play slims down at the expense of battery life

Posted May 06, 2017

We're looking forward to this new tablet because Motorola has been rolling out great products lately.

Motorola is reportedly working on a new Moto tablet, according to Android Police. Once you enter this mode (it's not on by default), you can pin apps to the navigation bar, thus being able to quickly go from one to another without having to invoke the multitasking menu.

If Motorola Android tablet will materialize with pro features, it is safe to assume that it will come with a stylus accessory.

Motorola rumored to be working on a new Android tablet that will focus on productivity. The tablet is said to have a "premium look and feel", but most of its specs are unknown.

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From there, they will be able to tap on an icon to immediately switch to that app.

To close the side-by-side apps, you long-press the app icon and drag it upwards. However, it was later spotted by 9To5Google that the feature, or some of its behavior, may have been pulled from Lenovo's Yoga Book laptop-tablet hybrid that was released past year. This is to note that the Productivity Mode can be switched on and off. based on user's requirement. The screenshot also reveals that the tablet is going to be powered by Android. The last time Motorola made a tablet was back in December 2011 with the Droid Xyboard running Android 3.0 Honeycomb. Since then, no tablet has been introduced by Motorola or Lenovo. Numerous Z2 Play's other features are expected to be changed from last year's model, though.

Though Productivity Mode isn't something you'll find on an ordinary Android tablet, this isn't the first time we've seen it - Lenovo included it with the Yoga Book, an Android laptop. The screen shot Android Police received from its source also suggests that the Moto tablet will have a dedicated app drawer button, which would make users' lives a lot easier.