Motorola Droid Xyboard cruises through the FCC with 4G LTE radios on deck

The successor to the Motorola Xoom is almost here. Although Verizon hasn’t officially announced the tablets yet, the Xyboard 8.2 and Xyboard 10.1 made their way through the FCC today. Both the Xyboard 8.2 (FCC ID IHDP56MJ2) and Xyboard 10.1 (FCC ID IHDP56MF1) received FCC approval for Verizon’s CDMA/EvDO 800/1900 bands, LTE band 13, Bluetooth, and Wireless N.

Verizon or Motorola have yet to announce the Xyboard tablets in the U.S. It is rumored that these two new tablets will go on sale starting on December 8. In Europe the Xyboard tablets have already launched under the Xoom 2 name.

Both Xyboard tablets feature dual-core 1.2GHz processors, 1GB of RAM, front and rear-facing cameras at 1.3 and 5-megapixels, respectively. The difference between the two tablets is screen size.

Source: FCC (Xyboard 8.2, Xyboard 10.1) , via Wireless Goodness