A few more pictures of the 10-inch version of the Motorola XOOM 2 have emerged online courtesy of Engadget.
The tablet is apparently just as thin as the iPhone 4 at around 9.3mm and will come with 4G LTE connectivity although Wi-Fi only models are likely to be in the pipeline as well.
It is not known whether the tablet will feature the newest quad core Kal El SoC from Nvidia or yet another design win for TI's OMAP4 family; Thisismynext says that it will run at 1.2GHz with 11 hours battery life.
Engadget's pictures show that there's a front and rear camera and that the tablet design is quite different from that of the original Motorola XOOM possibly to pre-empt any potential design-related lawsuit from Apple.
The anonymous source who provided with the picture also claims that the tablets are currently running on Android 3.2 Honeycomb and are "buggy as hell" which is not what you'd expect from a minor udate.
Still the original XOOM - which also runs Android 3.2 - is likely to fall in price as stocks are cleared, making it a rather attractive alternative to the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 or the iPad 2.
The XOOM 2 will almost certainly keep the same 10.1-inch 1280x800 pixels touchscreen, the same cameras, that microSD card slot, the same amount of onboard RAM but with less storage (16GB vs 32GB) to keep costs low.