An anonymous tipster sent the pictures you see in this post to DroidLife, and it clearly has some differences to the original Motorola Xoom. Beyond the images, the tipster told the blog that it was similar in weight to the original Xoom, has ports for HDMI and USB along the bottom, a SIM card slot, flush buttons on the back and no apparent SD card slot. As for cameras, it does appear to have a front facing shooter of some kind, and the rear lens has “HD” stamped next to it. The screen appears to clock in at 10.1-inches. No word as of yet on processor, RAM or any other internals.
What is missing from this particular unit, however, is any sort of carrier branding. While the SIM slot certainly implies that this will be a cellular model, there is no word as of yet as to who might be the companies to pick it up.
Considering the lackluster initial sales of the original Motorola Xoom, it is actually a tad surprising that the company would continue the product name. Add in the fact Apple is suing Motorola over the Xoom design, and it becomes even more surprising that the company would move forward with this idea.
As it stands right now there is no information on a release date, pricing or where you might be able to pick one up.
Do you have any interest in a Motorola Xoom 2?