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Motorola’s Android tablet is called Droid Xoom

Motorola Droid Xoom

Remember the upcoming Motorola MotoPad that runs Android (Honeycomb) operating system? Well, apparently the name is going to be Droid Xoom and the tablet device will not have 4G LTE support. Not that it is a must-have feature.

No, it won’t be called the MotoPad. The new Motorola Android tablet that was unveiled last month will be called “Droid Xoom”, and will be showcased at this week’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

Earlier speculation was that the Motorola tablet would support 4G LTE network and thus give it an edge over other tablet devices. However, according to some web sources, the Droid Xoom would not have built-in 4G support.

Source: droid-life.com

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