Saturday 18 June 2011

Motorola xoom tablet available in india soon.

The world's very first android tablet with os optimized for tablet, Motorola XOOM is now on the way of India. Reports suggest that the Motorola
XOOM will make its way towards the country by
the end of this month. The Motorola XOOM tablet
was originally launched this past February in the
United States as the first ever Honeycomb device. Honeycomb is a version of the Android operating
system by Google, specially optimized for tablets.
While some may feel that the XOOM is a bit late to
enter the Indian Honeycomb tablet scene, with
tablets like the Acer Iconia Tab already available
in the market, the XOOM will still have the privilege of being the first ever Honeycomb

The Motorola XOOM features a 10.1" display with dimensions of 800x1280 pixels, and
comes along with a 5 MP rear camera capable of
recording 720p and a 2 MP front facing camera
for video calling. It is powered by a 1 GHz dual
core NVIDIA Tegra 2 and there's 1 GB of RAM on board to take care of the tablet's performance aspect. There are few connection options too with an HDMI port
and a microSD card slot. The tablet will be
available in 16 GB and 32 GB variants, though
details about the prices are very scarce at the moment. The Acer Iconia Tab A500 already available in the
market offers similar functionality with very few
differences, but it has been criticized for having a
poor build quality. Still, there's very little to
differentiate between the Acer Iconia and the
Motorola XOOM. Also, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 will soon be launched, making it even
harder for you to choose. The Galaxy Tab 10.1
will come packed with Android 3.1, whereas
XOOM comes with Android 3.0 though an update
is promised by Motorola. The XOOM has a
superior 5 MP camera, while the Galaxy Tab 10.1 has a 3.15 MP.

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