First images of Motorola’s successor of Xoom tablet are out. Motorola’s slimmer Motorola Xoom tablet has been identified and just keeps on coming. Leaked as the Xoom 2 Media Edition, it would have an unusual 8.2-inch HD IPS display and weigh .95 pounds. It’s also being categorized as an “e-reader replacement,” though it’s clearly more than that if it runs Android 3.2 Honeycomb. The first Xoom 2 tablet is a 10.1″ one, just like the first Xoom, is 9 mm thick, has 1 GB of faster RAM, records 1080p video, and has a battery life of 11 hours, compared to the original Xoom’s 10 hours. That’s with a dual core 1.2 GHz processor, that’s probably an overclocked OMAP 4430. It will also have accessories such as an optional keyboard case, and a stylus and record 1080p video.
The Xoom 2 is scheduled to be the first tablet to ship with Adobe Flash Player 11, stream Netflix in HD and may wirelessly sync to your PC with some new apps and some home automation software that should be ready for launch (hopefully not months after launch, like they did with Flash on the original Xoom, though).
The Motorola Xoom 2 Media Edition doesn’t have a launch date yet and we have no pricing details either, so we’ll be looking forward to see more leaks in the coming weeks or months.