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Motorola Xoom gets Android 3.2 update and SD card support

Motorola's Android-toting Xoom just got better with a couple of welcome improvements

Rumours of an Android 3.2 update began doing the rounds in July and nearly a month later, those plans have come into fruition. But before you all rush to switch on your Xooms, this update appears to have only made in onto US-based Verizon devices. Hopefully, a UK update is going to follow shortly, after the 3.2 upgrade was pushed to Xoom users over the weekend. The new iteration of Android brings a couple of much overdue features to Moto’s weighty tab, delivering microSD card support and the ability to apply a full-screen zoom to apps, doing away with oddly-stretched graphics, even if it is sometimes at the expense of resolution. Fingers crossed these incremental Xoom upgrades will hit the UK this week.


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