Motorola Xoom had the privilege to be known as the first Android tablet to run the exclusive (at that time) Android version 3.2 Honeycomb. It had its share of success and was for sure a nice addition to Motorola’s line-up.
And now we get the news that Verizon Wireless have released the 4G version of the same Motorola Xoom. It’s completely same specs wise except the pre-installed 4G radios.
The 4G version is available in 32GB only model and costs 499.99 $ with a two-year contract and for a spicy $699.99 without a contract agreement.
So the only real improvement or difference between Motorola Xoom 3G and Xoom 4G is the mind-boggling 4Gspeeds from VZW network.