The recently-snapped Motorola Xoom 2 has now enjoyed a thorough photo-shoot, with the new pictures revealing a second slate and more of its buttons.
No need to squint with these shots, with the anonymous photographer obviously au fait with focusing a camera.
The shots show off the tablets' various buttons in all their glory – the volume slider and what is likely the power/screen lock button are mounted on the curved edge of the slate towards the back.
There's also a camera with LED flash and a sticker announcing the models' code names, with both coming under the Fleming sobriquet and purported to support LTE connectivity.
The next-gen Xooms also come with 8.2-inch screens and seems to be very slightly slimmer than the iPhone 4.
The prototype's pictured are running Android 3.2, but Engadget's anonymous tipster reckons the slates are "buggy as all hell, with frequent reboots and crashes" so we won't be holding our breath for an imminent launch.