Presumably, the device will be largely the same as the Verizon model, but it's unknown whether this edition will be ready to support Sprint's WiMax network out of the box. Sources close to site Android and Me have indicated that the Sprint model may come WiMax-equipped from the beginning.
The Verizon Xoom currently features 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity options with an option for users to upgrade to 4G LTE. A Wi-Fi-only version of the tablet also goes on sale at retailers nationwide in late March.
Motorola has also detailed a GSM-capable Xoom on its product page, so it remains a possibility that T-Mobile or AT&T could offer the tablet eventually. Perhaps this might be what Motorola needs to jump-start sales of the Honeycomb tablet.