WG - Verizon and Motorola announced two new Android LTE tablets today, and shortly after both devices won FCC approval. Known as the DROID Xyboard, these new tablets will run Android 3.2 Honeycomb, and will be powered by dual-core 1.2GHz processors and 1GB of RAM. The larger Xyboard will feature a 10.1-inch display, while the smaller device will feature an 8.2-inch display. Both devices will feature 5MP rear, and 1.3MP front facing cameras.
Los Angeles Times:
"Motorola's Xyboard tablet line is just about everything I wished the Motorola Xoom had been when it was released not even a year ago.
The Xoom, Motorola's first attempt to build an iPad-competing tablet, was critically acclaimed when it launched last February. It even won the Best of Show award at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas."
Pinoytutorial: The two Xyboard tablets are now available on Verizon's online store. Check out their price details and shipping date next week.
Techgadgetsreview: Motorola and Verizon are prepping to release the next-gen Xoom tablets called Xyboard. The Xoom 2 edition will be released in 8 and 10 inch variants. See specs and other details.