Late yesterday, Google has started rolling out the Android 3.2 Honeycomb update for the Xoom tablet, although only if you have the Wi-Fi edition of the Motorola Xoom, and the update is still rolling out in phases, but the Verizon branded Motorola Xoom owners are still left behind. Well, they need be prepared to wait for just some more weeks. It looks like Motorola is in the race for pushing Android Updates, and the manufacturer has confirmed via its Twitter account that it will begin issuing the Andorid 3.2 Honeycomb update for Verizon branded Motorola Xoom 3G version in the “coming weeks”.
Here is the Tweet by Motorola Mobility About Android 3.2 Update For Verizon Xoom:
The Android 3.2 update adds the support for the tablet’s SD card slot and also features a new screen zooming feature that will allow users to resize mobile applications so that they fit the screen appropriately. During the announcement of Android 3.2 update for Xoom Wi-Fi edition, Google has also announced that it is releasing parts of the Android 3.2 source code to the Android Open Source Project. Recently, the Motorola Xoom with LTE module has been approved by FCC, so Verizon’s Xoom owners would be more happier if Motorola will start the 4G LTE upgrade process soon. There’s still no word on when the 4G LTE upgrade process will actually begin, but we are sure that we are getting a step closer for that moment to happen.
[Source: Motorola @ Twitter]