Those of you lucky enough to have received your Motorola Xoom back from the 4G LTE update, you should now have a few noticeable changes to your device. Either that or an OTA update will be hitting as soon as you power up. When
Well folks, in case you'd lost hope or given up on old Motorola they've finally came through today -- just a bit late. Along with Verizon, Motorola will finally start offering the 4G LTE upgrades for the original Motorola Xoom
HTC today has just announced that the HTC Thunderbolt will finally receive the much anticipated update to Android 2.3 Gingerbread come sometime this September, basically in the next 30 days unless it gets delayed again. The
Just like we mentioned earlier last week a select group of Verizon business accounts and government users were able to send in and update their Motorola Xoom to 4G LTE thanks to Motorola. The link above details the upgrade in
More Motorola Xoom 4G LTE news is coming out today. I guess I'll start calling it 4G since the update is coming soon although we can't call it the first 4G LTE tablet since the Galaxy Tab 10.1 stole that title. What we are seeing
All you Motorola Xoom 3G owners may have some exciting news hitting your inbox in the next few days. I wont call it 4G because it still isn't a 4G device, not to mention that the saying "first 4G LTE tablet" is no longer
I guess we can't really say that the Xoom 4G LTE upgrade has been delayed because we never truly knew when it was coming. When it went on sale February 24th 2011 buyers were told the upgrade would come within the next 3 months.
So the Motorola Xoom launched and all those 3G Verizon models were promised a hardware upgrade to 4G LTE within 3 months I believe was the time frame given. I don't know if my math is wrong but I've had mine for far longer than 3
This comes as a little surprise does it not? From this leaked email it appears Verizon is trying to lock in a few of those subscribers that are walking around off-contract and have yet to sign a new 2-year contract with Verizon.
This is a bit of interesting news that will surely make a few readers happy, and also probably a few upset for those still waiting on the original Xoom to get upgraded to 4G LTE. What looks to be a Motorola Tablet with 4G LTE