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Android 3.2 is launching on the Motorola Xoom. A couple of marquee improvements include a new zoom mode and support for long-dormant hardware. The new version of Honeycomb will also come to other tablets in the near future.
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Android 3.2 is official, which means that it will likely appear as an update on a number of tablets in the near future. Motorola is already rolling out the update for its Xoom.
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