Verizon to Launch 16 GB Motorola XOOM?
If a leaked internal Verizon screenshot is to be believed, it looks like Motorola is working on a more affordable 16 GB model of the Motorola XOOM for the carrier. And like the 32 GB version, it’s said to be upgradeable to 4G LTE. The screenshot looks legit but still we should wait for some official word from Motorola and Verizon.
No word yet on pricing, though Droid Life, who originally posted this leaked screenshot, speculates that since wi-fi-only 16 GB tablets are priced around $400, we could see this 4G model come in under $700 without contract. If the 16 GB 4G model is coming, then I am pretty sure that Motorola will also bring a 16 GB Wi-Fi model too and it will be affordable.
Anyone excited about this news or you are happy with the 32 GB version?
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