Motorola Mobility Site Redesign Tips Off New XOOM, Two Ultra-Slim Phones, and Targa?


It’s not often we get too excited about site redesigns, but when they possibly reveal new devices we get a little giddy. PocketNow has gotten evidence of an imminent redesign of Motorola Mobility’s site. Said redesign looks to be launching alongside a few new devices that we haven’t heard of before.

Firstly, there’s the Motorola XOOM 2, an obvious follow-up to the original. We’re not sure how Motorola’s looking to build this thing, but we’re sure they want to build a device that they can sell within that $400-$600 range off-contract. Then there’s the Motorola Slimline and Motorola Zaha, two ultra-thin Android phones. The Motorola Targa also seems to be pictured here as the images appear in the order of the timeline you see in the upper-right side of the images.

We know nothing about these devices. Hell, we don’t even know if this leak is to be trusted. But if these phones are real, we might have a lot to get excited about from Motorola’s lineup coming this summer and fall. Check out PocketNow for more.

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. Arghhh… this reminds me of that one commercial where everyone’s complaining that the gadgets they buy are immediately outdated when they show billboards of the newer devices. Confound it all!

    1. You got the wrong tv silly head.

      1. LOL, “silly head”. 

      2. I love that commercial.

        1. I laugh every time I see it. I always saw or heard something funny I missed before. 

    2. Excellent, but the question is?

      Should I wait for them this year?

  2. Umm you didn’t even mention the Tracy XL, maybe the most interesting thing on the redesign! An Android watch???

    1. I love the codename in–joke!  Tracy.  Does it come with a fedora and trench coat?

      Heck, Moto created the flip open “communicator”, why not a two-way wrist radio, too?

  3. Motorola Xoom 2 will use Quad Core (the first tablet PC use Quad Core in the world) will release September 2011.

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