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"Reference" Android tablet

 
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Hi everyone!

I know that may look like a dumb question for a programming forum, but I would like to know, what is the "reference" tablet for Android OS?

By reference I mean, for example "reference" phone for Android 2.3 was Nexus S, and Galaxy Nexus is the phone for Android 4.0.

I hope my question makes sense!
 
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The closest you'll get is probably the Motorola XOOM. But it's not as much of a reference as the Nexus.
 
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So which tablet is it in here? http://www.android.com/about/ Is it just a picture and not an exact model?
 
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Could be the XOOM. Comparing it to images on Motorola's web site should tell you for sure.
 
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