Two days ago (June 16th), Verizon released a new video advertisement on their youtube site with an unknown tablet. The tablet is only branded with the Verizon logo on the back. This look similar but different from the Motorola Xoom based on shape and material but obviously the camera is in a different location and the actress is holding the tablet verticaly rather then the normal horizontal rotation.
Almost as soon as this video was released, it got marked as private. Only a select few were able to view it before it disappeared but many believed it to be tablet in testing or something in those lines. From the video below you can see that it is running HoneyComb on a rather big screen (probably 10 or so inches big).
Well yesterday it was confirmed by Verizon that the tablet in question is actually the Motorola Xoom 4G which is currently in testing by Verizon. So what is different between the Xoom 4G and the Xoom? Well besides the obvious design difference, we know nothing about this tablet. Does the 4G in the name actually mean this tablet will work on Verizon’s 4G LTE network? What will happen to the older Xoom that was promised a free 4G upgrade a couple months ago? Will this one have support for Micro-SD cards? Guess we will have to wait for more news on this tablet.