Verizon's Motorola Xoom is now upgradable to Android 4.0.
A few weeks ago, we
that two Verizon products, the reported
Motorola Xoom and the
would soon be slated for an HTC Rezound,
Android 4.0 update. Lo and behold, it's happening -- at least for the Xoom anyway.
Customers on the Big Red are now able to update their
tablets (which won our CES Best of Show title in 2011) to the Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.
New features include the Roboto system font, panoramic shooting, e-mail search, the capability to save Web pages for offline reading, and a photo editor integrated in the Gallery app.
In addition, improvements have been made to quicken the response time for screen rotations, there are more video editing effects, and you can now launch the camera from the lock screen.
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