Of all the places for a leak to come out from, it's coming from Ireland. Carrying on, it looks like the Xoom 2 is going to come out in time for Christmas, at least in Europe.
The angled-corner-fication of Motorola's flagship line of smartphones is already spreading to its tablets (possibly to avoid patent wars). Based on a leaked Carphone Warehouse flyer, the Xoom 2 will reportedly have a 8.2-inch touch spran, Android 3.2, Wi-Fi, 16GB of internal storage and sell for 400 Euros, or about $545.
It's said to be about 9mm thick, and pack a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and sport video cameras capable of 1080p HD video recording.
Not much else is known about the mysterious tablet, but if it's anything as slick as the Droid RAZR or if it's made out of Kevlar fiber, that'd be something to keep an eye on.