So we brought you word that the Wi-Fi version of the Motorola XOOM has received its Android 3.2 Honeycomb update before other models, but here is yet another upcoming XOOM model for the masses – the Motorola XOOM 4G LTE that has just been given the nod of approval by the FCC. Guess having said that, it means the tablet device is ready and waiting to be released to the market very soon, so you might just want to start counting how many more dollars you have left in your bank account before planning your next purchase.
We do hope that the battery life of this puppy is able to last, since the HTC ThunderBolt wasn’t exactly the most economical smartphone in terms of juice due to its 4G connection. What do you think?
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