Motorola’s Xoom tablet will get an LTE upgrade in three months, according to a leaked Verizon document with a gadget website.
Motorola Xoom has not yet arrived in the markets, and the Web is already abuzz with a leaked video of its upcoming variants.
Trials of Android 3.0 aka Honeycomb running on Motorola’s Xoom tablet were carried out by tech journalists and enthusiasts at the recently concluded Google party at the company’s headquarters in California.
Samsung plans to launch the next generation of its Galaxy Tab tablet and dual core smartphones at the Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona next month.
Motorola Xoom, the first tablet running on Android 3.0 Honeycomb, will cost about GBP 660 or $1,030 in UK.
Motorola Mobility has announced that a Wi-Fi only version of Motorola’s Xoom Honeycomb tablet will be available in April, perhaps starting in Latin America; while Xoom 3G will be released in May.
Every company seems to be excited about the release of Android Honeycomb powered tablets.According to DigiTimes, Google is planning to launch the Android 3.0 ‘Honeycomb’ operating system for tablets in March 2011. This means all those Android tablets that will be shown at CES 2011, will only hit stores after March.
Motorola has been pouring trademark applications for the name “Xoom” across the globe. While every company does this, but the sheer volume of Motorola applications imply that Xoom might be a major new product line from Motorola, and probably the name of its upcoming tablet.