Motorola rolled out its Xoom 2 tablet, but to the surprise the tablet came out without the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The device goes on sale via Telstra comes with Android 3.2 and comes at a premium price of $720. According to the reports Telstra is stated responsible for the delay in featuring the Android 4.0 devices as the company is demanding a 16 week testing period for Ice cream sandwich devices.
The new Motorola Xoom 2 Tablet comes with a 1.2 GHz processor. It features scratch resistance Gorilla glass and a splashguard to protect it against water. Apart from the normal android software apps, the device also features MotoCast app that allows user to stream photo, music, video etc. directly from your computer.
The device features 10.1 inch widescreen HD display with extensive features like VPN support, data encryption and HDMI port for connecting to a larger display. The device also comes with 1 GB RAM and 32 GB storage with 32GB expandable memory. It also has a 1.3 MP camera in front and 5 MP HD camera in the back with digital zoom auto focus and LED flash.
The device is available at Telstra stores and its partners from Tuesday 21st Feb. It is available with at $720 onetime payment or it is also available at various monthly allowances.