Motorola Xoom 2 8” and 10” Models Spied in the Wild

September 26, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A couple of days ago, we had for you the Xoom 2 in a shutter. The tablet has again broken free and shown itself in the wild- this time with its little brother.

Motorola Xoom’s 8” and 10” faces were caught on camera and they look pretty neat. The devices are expected to hold on to 4G LTE and WiFi models are also somewhat of a given.

The 8” model is supposed to be very thin, measuring only about 9.3mm thick, which is the thickness of an iPhone 4. We got some good look at the tablets backside, and both of them, incidentally, share the codename of ‘”Fleming”.

Both the Motorola slates are said to run Android 3.2, but the OS is still not confirmed for the market as the two devices have reportedly being giving poor performances with frequent reboots and crashes. We don’t know much about their internal organs and other than them sporting dual HD cameras- a 5-megapixel in the back and a 2-megapixel in the front.

The original Xoom had NVIDIA Tegra 2, but Motorola had shipped their recent products with Texas Instrument dual-core processors. Many are hoping for a quad-core, but whether that comes into place remains to be seen.

 

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