Yesterday, Verizon posted a commercial showing off its tablet devices. In the commercial, there was a strange looking tablet device that didn’t appear to be any of the devices that Verizon has in its portfolio which includes the Motorola Xoom and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Well, today, Android Central has shed some light on what the device is and apparently, it is a Motorola Xoom only it’s the Motorola Xoom 4G.
Details right now are murky but the device in question appears to be a Honeycomb powered Xoom 4G that is currently undergoing testing at Verizon. Apparently, it’s not even a given that this will ever hit shelves.
That being said, this appears to be a Xoom with built-in 4G LTE and a model that might be both slimmer and lighter than the original. As for the original Motorola Xoom, 4G LTE is apparently still on the table and this device won’t be affecting those plans.
So, when might we see this new device hit shelves? Well, your guess is as good as ours, but if we had to take one, we’d say it might be out in time for the holidays since the device is apparently done enough to include in an ad.