Both tablets features Android 3.2, dual-core 1.2 GHz processor, new MotoCast app
Motorola Mobility Germany has introduced two new tablets, Motorola XOOM 2 and Motorola XOOM 2 Media Edition, featuring 3G and Wi-Fi capabilities.
The new Motorola XOOM 2 and Motorola XOOM 2 Media Edition both feature Android 3.2, a dual-core 1.2 GHz processor, displays with Corning Gorilla Glass and a splashguard coating for a go anywhere, do everything attitude.
In addition, both tablets include the new MotoCast app that lets user to stream all his music, photos, videos and documents between PC or Mac and tablet without any media tools, apps, or cords.
Motorola XOOM 2 sports a 10.1-inch widescreen HD display, Android 3.2 Honeycomb, loaded with Business Ready features, MOTOPRINT integrated into key apps to print wirelessly from user tablet and a battery delivering more than 10 hours of video playback.
Motorola XOOM 2 Media Edition features a 8.2-inch display, a wide, 178 degree viewing angle, a 20% improvement in graphics performance over the original Motorola XOOM, custom remote control app pre-loaded on the tablet and a splash-guard coating provides extra protection against the spills.
Motorola XOOM 2 and Motorola XOOM 2 Media Edition users will benefit from a trial subscription of three months and the BILD newspaper application will deliver the top news and exclusive stories as well as local news from a total of 18 regional editions, making them available the evening before.
In addition, the WELT Group’s Android App will enable readers access to the popular ePaper, WORLD COMPACT the evening before, with continually updated news from the WORLD Group newsroom.
Motorola Mobility Europe Mobile Devices vice president and general manager Ralf Gerbershagen said tablets are becoming a must-have tool for staying connected, getting work done and having fun at home and on the road.
"We are very excited about these two new additions to our tablet portfolio that build on the success of the original Motorola XOOM to now deliver more powerful tablet experiences to the European market," said Gerbershagen.