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Android Phone Reviews
Motorola Xoom Unboxing

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February 22nd, 2011


The Motorola Xoom tablet on Verizon Wireless represents the next generation in tablet. With its 1GHz dual-core processor, the Xoom has the fastest internals of any tablet available today. And if you really want speed, the Xoom will run on Verizon’s 4G LTE network, which could stream HD video to the Xoom in real time. Delivered with 32GB of file storage, the Xoom also features front- and rear-facing cameras, and it will support video chat. Holding everything together is Android 3.0 (also known as “Honeycomb”), which is an operating system specifically designed for tablet computing.

Wirefly had a chance to take a look at one of the first production-model Xooms, and you can see our video of the Xoom unboxed by clicking on the window to the right.

The Motorola Xoom is available at a great price from Wirefly.

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One Response to “Motorola Xoom Unboxing”

  • Marty Lee
    February 26, 2011

    I find how Andriod biased these videos distasteful for a site that should be giving objective reviews for phones. If Wirefly would copy over the source text from YouTube they could have it display on an iPhone just the same as an android device. Especially when you compared app numbers on the Thunderbolt vs iPhone schmackdown. Currently there are more free apps in iOS than in the entire Android Marketplace, and in the last quarter Apple added four times as many developers, and is increasing the numbers of apps faster than Android. Disappointing. To those that might say I’m biased I do own Android and iOS.

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