What happened, Verizon and Motorola? Your Honeycomb device was poised to regulate the tablet world, and then you drop the ball like this? Say it isn’t so and the information has been misinterpreted.
DROID Life is reporting that while “XOOM” is the unofficially official name for the world’s first Honeycomb tablet, it will not have an LTE ready radio installed rather it will stick to WiFi and 3G. Even though we are all hoping for a WiFi only model, this really is a news bomb that comes from left field as Verizon’s 4G LTE network is ready to take off and we are all but confirmed to see the 4G enabled HTC Thunderbolt at CES.
[via DROID Life]
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TAGS: CES , Motorola XOOM