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Monday, January 3, 2011

Motorola Xoom tablet runs on Android Honeycomb, up for showcase at the CES 2011

Motorola will launch its Android tablet called the Motorola Droid Xoom this year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The tablet will be powered by the Android’s latest and upcoming Honeycomb version 2.3 and will be available for sale from February 14, 2011. The features and specifications of the latest Motorola tablet Xoom Droid include a 5 MP back facing camera, 2 MP front facing camera and microSD card slot. Motorola is yet to announce the price of Motorola Droid Xoom.

Motorola Droid Xoom comes with Verizon 4G LTE connectivity and onboard 32 GB of flash storage memory. The tablet is powered by Nvidia Tegra 2 processor and will come with gyroscope. According to Droid Life the Droid Xoom will be the first tablet to run on Android Honeycomb. According to the early pictures of Motorola Droid Xoom the unconfirmed specifications include a 10-inch display.

Motorola has been hiding the tablet to be its Droid brand under the codename of Everest until December 21, 2010 when they started its official countdown to it unveiling. Motorola acquired the name ‘Xoom’ after trademark filings by the company around the globe for the word ‘Xoom’. Motorola made fillings for Xoom in Canada, Europe, Australia, US and New Zealand. So with the Xoom Droid by Motorola we can expect to change our mobile computing ways for better.


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