Motorola expecting to ship 800 000 XOOM tablets in Q1?

Motorola expecting to ship 800 000 XOOM tablets in Q1?
According to unnamed sources, supply chain leaks point to the fact that Motorola is expecting to ship between 700 000 and 800 000 units of its dual-core XOOM tablet in Q1 2011. These insiders also point that the tablet is set to come in four different colors.

The rumour also alleges that Honeycomb is optimized for 7-inch and 10-inch tablets, and that Samsung and Motorola are Google's partners of choice when it comes to tabs, with LG and HTC "following behind".

As with other rumours, it's impossible for us to verify the information, and we're not particularly sure that these numbers are genuine. Time will reveal, though, and what seems certain is that the XOOM tablet is coming to Verizon in Q1.

For more info on the Motorola XOOM, please, read our hands-on article.

source: DigiTimes

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4 Comments

1. jogutier

Posts: 324; Member since: Feb 12, 2010

Anyone know what's the cost of these bad boys?

2. oneandonly478

Posts: 10; Member since: Jan 06, 2011

thats the million dollar question

3. ckapasi

Posts: 12; Member since: Dec 17, 2010

Since Honeycomb is optimized for 7-inch and 10-inch tablets, and that Samsung and Motorola are Google's partners of choice when it comes to tabs, will Galaxy TAB get Honeycomb given the fact that Honeycomb is not just for the Dual Core boys..!

4. peewee unregistered

I'm getting one of these babies for sure over the iphone 4..lol That is so old. I bet they are selling the ones returned with the antennae issue. I'm sticking with my droid x for now.

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