Motorola gets FCC approval for LTE tablet, Motorola Xoom 2 on its way?

A device from Motorola with LTE capability have just received FCC approval. The device known by the FCC ID IHDP56LU2 received FCC approval for Bluetooth, CDMA, Wi-Fi and LTE capabilities.

That’s right, this new mystery device from Motorola got approval for Long Term Evolution (LTE) and is unfortunately not the Motorola Xoom.
Motorola Xoom users are still waiting for LTE functionality to be enabled on their tablet, but the dimension of this device do not match with the current Motorola Xoom size.

Motorola-Xoom2 LTE

In fact, this new tablet is slightly shorter and a bit wider than the current Motorola Xoom. This means that the device known as IHDP56LU2 is likely the Motorola Xoom 2.

If true, the Motorola Xoom 2 will be an LTE tablet, probably to be release even before the original Motorola Xoom gets LTE. But that’s just pure speculation, so lets wait for official news before drawing a conclusion.


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