Motorola’s DROID Xyboard tablets hit the FCC with LTE goodness on their way to Verizon
Verizon and Motorola announced two new Android LTE tablets today, and shortly after both devices won FCC approval. Known as the DROID Xyboard, these new tablets will run Android 3.2 Honeycomb, and will be powered by dual-core 1.2GHz processors and 1GB of RAM. The larger Xyboard will feature a 10.1-inch display, while the smaller device will feature an 8.2-inch display. Both devices will feature 5MP rear, and 1.3MP front facing cameras.
The larger Xyboard won FCC approval under the FCC ID “IHDP56MF1,” while the smaller Xyboard has the FCC ID “IHDP56MJ2.” Both devices are FCC approved for Verizon’s CDMA/EvDO 800/1900 bands, LTE band 13, Bluetooth and dual-band wireless-N. Leaked photos of the smaller 8.2-inch Xyboard, which can be seen here, confirm that this is indeed the Xyboard (above).
Verizon hasn’t released pricing or a release date for the DROID Xyboards yet.