Sprint’s Motorola XOOM Appears in Blurry Press Shot


Evidence continues to build regarding a Sprint-bound 4G-enabled Motorola XOOM. PocketNow has procured a press shot – albeit a bit blurry – of the so-called Sprint tablet. There won’t be much of a different between this and both Verizon’s version and the Wi-Fi version aside from different radios, of course. It’s still Honeycomb, still 10.1-inches with HD resolution, and still has a dual-core Tegra 2 processor. Internal memory and amount of RAM may by different, but no specs have leaked up to this point.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. 500 on contract or fail.

    1. why contract? Why not just pay as you go. Thats a lot better then a silly contract.

    2. Would that make the Wi-fi XOOM a good price at $599 then?

  2. And Zero evidence of the Atrix appearing on Sprint, the news I actually care about. Excellent.

  3. I personally would love to see the Atrix 4g it can’t be to far behind it’s definitely on it’s way.

  4. Accelerometer must be broke…. landscape mode stuck while being propped in portrait mode. lol

    1. Thought I was the only one who noticed that! Haha

  5. @Quentyn, please spell check before posting these things!

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