WiFi Only XOOM Spotted at FCC?
The folks at Wireless Goodness have spotted what appears to be a WiFi-only version of the upcoming Motorola XOOM in recent FCC filings. Bearing numbers that closely resembles those of the Verizon-branded XOOM (FCC ID IHDP56LU1), this new model (FCC ID IHDT56MT1) is only approved for WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. With no mention of 3G or 4G support, it certainly appears that a WiFi-only XOOM is set to follow on the heels of the Verizon model. At least, we’d like to think so. We’re still waiting on our WiFi-only Galaxy Tab to arrive, months after it hit carriers.
Anyone care to guess what price point a WiFi version of the XOOM might run?
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