Motorola Introduces Two XOOM2 Tablets

Motorola today launched its two new tablet devices, i.e. the Motorola XOOM2 and the Motorola XOOM2 Media Edition. Both these tablets are initially released in United Kingdom and Ireland.

Both the tablet devices have several similar features, i.e. both devices running on Android 3.2 – a Honeycomb variant, both features a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage memory and two camera – a primary 5-megapixel camera on the back and a secondary 1.3-megapixel camera on the front to support video chat.

Despite many similar features, there are some distinguishing features that make both devices distinct.

The XOOM2 features a 10.1-inch screen, better battery life with 10 hours of web usage and weighs about 599 grams.

The XOOM2 Media Edition, however, features an 8.2-inch screen. Its battery offers 6 hours of web usage. It has a weight around 386 grams. According to Motorola release notes, it boasts off 20% better graphic performance over the original XOOM tablet.

Motorola announced that the Wi-Fi variations of Motorola XOOM2 and Motorola XOOM2 Media Edition will go on sale in United Kingdom and Ireland simultaneously from mid-November. However, Motorola has not yet disclosed pricing and availability details of these devices in other tablet markets.

Marketing Director UK & Ireland for Motorola Mobility, Victoria McManus said, “Tablets are quickly becoming a must-have tool for staying connected, getting work done and having fun at home and on the road. We are very excited about these two new additions to our tablet portfolio that build on the success of the original Motorola XOOM to now deliver more powerful tablet experiences to the European market.”

The Business Insider reports that Motorola has now intentions to release its new tablets in the United States because company wants to focus on the launch of its another latest Droid RAZR.

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