The Motorola Xoom, the first Android 3.0 tablet, may see a debut on yet another U.S. carrier, US Cellular. Initially announced and released for Verizon Wireless with a 3G radio to be upgraded in the future to a 4G LTE radio, the CDMA tablet has been rumored to be coming to Sprint in a 4G WiMax variant as well as Cellular South as a WiFi-only model. Now, U.S. Cellular may be the next carrier to sport the tablet.
The speculated launch date for the US Cellular edition would be in the second quarter, according to Android Central. The device would probably be a 3G CDMA model for regional carrier US Cellular.
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