Verizon lights one candle for LTE, confirms Xyboard Droid tablet name, December launch

Today marks one full year after Verizon first flipped the switch on LTE, with 365 days of 4G speeds for customers in 39 markets. By the end of next week, Big Red will light up a few more cities, bringing the total number to 190, with access available to more than 200 million Americans. Buried below the PR cake, however, is an even juicer tidbit — two “hot new Xyboard Droid tablets from Motorola coming out this month.” And what might those be? Well, if this weekend’s accessory leak is any indication, the Xoom 2 is headed to VZW — before the year is out. And we’re not surprised to see the Galaxy Nexus getting some love as well, though you’ll have to make due with a “coming soon” release commitment for at least a short while longer. Jump past the break for the PR.

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