Those working at the FCC must surely experience the tension of knowing what’s coming up next, having played with the device at work, and yet are not at liberty to tell the world everything just yet. Just like Hector Hammond in the Green Lantern movie, he was drafted into a highly covert extra terrestrial program, but was sworn to secrecy. Well, he met his end in the jaw of Parallax anyways, quite unlike the FCC employees who do not have the threat of a hungry cloud waiting to devour their souls. The latest device to hit the FCC? A Motorola LTE tablet with the FCC ID IHDP56LU2, having picked up FCC approval for its Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, CDMA and LTE connectivity.
Measuring 259mm x 166mm, it is a wee bit longer than the XOOM, albeit being slightly shorter – making this a prime candidate for a tablet device since a phone would be far too unwieldy. Some might even say that a LTE tablet from Motorola can only mean one thing – the Motorola XOOM 2. What do you think?
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