Motoroal Xoom 2 images have been surfaced on the web. We are pretty sure that it is the Xoom 2, the new Android powered tablet from Motorola Mobility Inc.
Just recently Motorola had launched its most awaited tablet, the Motorola Xoom and now rumors are already cropping up about its next tab the Xoom 2.
This is my Next has come with some interesting news. Here are some spec details regarding the hardware that’s rigged within the Xoom 2.
- 9mm in thickness compared to Apple iPad 2‘s 8.8mm.
- Media Edition sports an 8.2 inch HD IPS display and weighs in at 0.95 pounds, also includes an IR blaster and a subwoofer at the back.
- 1.2GHz ARM Chip dual-core processor powered by Google’s Android 3.2 Tablet OS
- 1GB RAM which is the same we saw in the Xoom
- Capable to record 1080p videos and sync files wirelessly to your PC
- Tablet ships out with the latest Adobe Flash Player 11
- Keyboard Case and a Stylus Pen are also included in the accessories.
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Sony is coming up with its own version of twin tablets running Google’s Android operating system. The tablets are codenamed as S1 and S2, will go on sale towards the end of the year.
Here is the first look pictures released by electronic giants:
This is one more major step for Android platform which is currently the fastest growing and is expected to claim a 38% market share by 2015.
Sony’s entry into the tablet market was much long anticipated, but comes relatively late in the day compared to other manufacturers. Apple launched its first version of the industry-leading iPad in April 2010 whose iOS system is expected to remain dominant for several years to come, albeit with a diminished share of sales.
Sony said that its first tablets would come in two form factors: one will have a conventional 9.4 inch touchscreen, while the other will feature dual 5.5 inch displays that fold closed.
In addition to the base Android Honeycomb operating system, Sony will add several of its own features, including the ability to transmit video and music to TVs and stereos using the DLNA wireless streaming standard.
It is suggested that there would also be some form of integration with its PlayStation network and the possibility of gaming functions.
What’s its future!!
Market analysts say – a bright future. Although there are several devices running the same Android softwares, the strength of the Sony name will likely help the electronics giant to gain some traction in the fragmented tablet market.
But Sony’s tablet success would depend on whether the technical specifications looked as good when the devices eventually launch as they do now.
I know – waiting is painful..but Keep smiling guys!!