Motorola Zoom 2 Honeycomb Tablet Leaked Photos,Features and Specifications . Xoom 2 with Full 1080p HD Video and powered with 1.2GHz Processor and will be the 2nd Generation Motorola Xoom Android 3.0 Honeycomb Tablet (not 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich) ? Folks at Droidlife had got their Hands on this Motorola Xoom 2 and shared the goodies with us with Title ” Exclusive: First Pictures of the Motorola XOOM 2 “
Motorola Xoom 2 features with Full HD Video Recording at 1080p and the shape and size containing 1.2GHz Dual-core CPU (Processor) with 1GB of RAM, HDMI and Micro USB Port at the Bottom of this Android Tablet (Xoom 2). This Motorola Xoom 2 also integrated with a Front facing Camera for Video Chat/Calling and the Rare Camera capable to record HD Videos in Full 1080p and this Xoom 2 equipped with an NVIDIA quad-core Kal-EI Processor, rather unspecified 1.2GHz Dual-core CPU.
Xoom 2 Android Tablet: Motorola Honeycomb Features:
* 1.2 GHz Dual Core Processor
* 1 GB RAM
* Android 3.0 Honeycomb
* 9mm thick
* Camera capable of recording 1080P HD video
* IR blaster
* HDMI and microUSB ports
* Eleven hours of battery life
Important Features in Motorola Xoom 2 is it supports Adobe Flash 11 Player and will be the first Android Tablet to get this latest Software from Adobe. In Xoom 2 Watching HD Movies integrated with the Netflix HD and having Syncing option that will be embedded.
From Droidlife :
Our sources tell us that the device is similar in weight to the original XOOM, has an HDMI and micro USB port on the bottom, big physical flush buttons on the back, a SIM card slot (LTE we’re assuming), and no SD slot at first glance. From looking at the pictures, we can gather that it has a front camera, a blue rear camera housing that reads “HD”, and appears to have a 10.1″ screen. Oh, and those new angled corners certainly remind us of the Photon 4G or the “DROID HD” – must be Moto’s new design theme.
No word on processor, although we would hope for something quad-core.
There doesn’t appear to be specific carrier branding, but with the SIM card slot you have to assume that it’ll be tied to at least one if not all of the major players. Hopefully Moto has it figured out this time and releases the WiFi version first though. via