New Motorola LTE tablet hits FCC - Xoom 2?
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A new Motorola tablet has reportedly stopped by FCC on the way to the US market – as reported by Wireless Goodness. This tablet will have LTE capabilities and support for CDMA bands along with the usual connectivity options like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Tagged as FCC ID IHDP56LU2 - this mysterious device measures 259mm in length and 166mm in width.
Not much is known apart from what has been mentioned above, but this submission fuels a desperate rumor – could this be the Motorola Xoom 2? Note that the original Xoom was promised an upgradation to have LTE capabilities, which has not reached yet. Knowing the Xoom 2 is around the corner and its support for LTE – no doubt the original Xoom users will seek a lot of clarification from the company.
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