If you had plans to get the Motorola Xoom pre-order today, but got the info about the problems concerning its LTE connectivity, then do not hesitate to do what you planned. The thing is that the company is aware of the problem and has it’s version of the problem-solving. After 90 days from the release date, the customers of th Motorola Xoom will get a chance to send back their units to the factory, which will solve the issue and send back the gadgets to the owners. The overall process will be made free of charge and the LTE capability will be fully recovered.
The process of the update in the factory will take 6 business days according to the Talking Points data sheet. The official statement of the mobile manufacturer states all of the necessary points that the customers need to know before sending out their gadgets. Another good point is made upon the statement that the customers do not need to change their data plan when making the LTE update, but anyways there’s just another warning about checking out the plans before sending the gadgets.
The information about the updates will take place in three different ways- people and print, email notifications and online webpage (you can get here following this link- http://www.verizonwireless.com/Xoom4GLTEUpgrade).
As for the main reasons why the update is worth it, the company has the following:
- 10 times higher speed for the data transfer (downloading songs in seconds, movies in a minute)
- Usage of the popular Google chat capabilites
- just a free of charge update !
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