Motorola Xoom sees Android 3.2 update, FCC-approved LTE module
byDarren Murph||July 12th 2011 at 2:26pmJuly 12th 2011 2:26 pm
Looks like a bona fide twofer when it comes to Xoom news this afternoon. Just as soon as we heard that Android 3.2 was rolling out to select Xoom WiFi tablets (as in, be patient if yours is still stuck on the current build), in flies an FCC approval for the long-awaited LTE module. As for the former, build number HTJ85B is bringing a new zoom feature to the world's first Honeycomb slate, and as for the latter... well, that one's pretty self-explanatory. We heard back in April that the update was delayed until an undisclosed time in the summer, and now it's looking like early adopters won't be waiting much longer. Do let us know in comments if you see either, won't you?
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