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Motorola Xoom 4G LTE Finally Released $499 from Verizon

Written by Maria Krisette. Posted in Android, News

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Published on October 31, 2011 with No Comments

After nearly eight months from the debut of the Xoom in the market, Motorola has finally released its 32GB Xoom 4G LTE which was supposed to be released in September. The Motorola Xoom 32 GB Xoom 4G LTE is now available starting from $499 from Verizon. This is good news for all the Motorola tablet users. Many Motorola users have been waiting for this upgrade. This is finally the moment you have been hoping for. Motorola introduced its news 32 GB Xoom 4G LTE, and it comes with a faster network. It carries the price starting from $499 if you want a two-year Verizon contract, and the price of $699. Many fans have been waiting for this, and with hopes of upgrades. The new Motorola Xoom 32 GB Xoom 4g LTE is packed with the same content such as the original. The upgraded Xoom comes with 1 GHz Tegra 2 with Honeycomb 3.2 operating system, and the good thing about the upgrade is the Verizon’s speedy LTE service.

The company’s plan of this release is definitely a straight way ahead for the Xoom to establish its brand and to fulfill its destiny on the market. The original plan of Motorola was to establish Xoom to be the first Honeycomb tablet, but launched sans the important hardware. Motorola promised its users for free upgrades, but constantly pushed back the launched date and together, exasperate the early adopters. With that matter, it allowed the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to have the title to be the first LTE tablet. Last month Motorola finally started accepting Xooms for the LTE network upgrade. Now you can get yours LTE ready:

Motorola Xoom 32GB 4G LTE $499 Verizon here

Source: Tech Crunch