One of the big questions still unanswered regarding two of Verizon’s upcoming hottest devices — the HTC ThunderBolt and the Motorola Xoom are one step closer to being fully confirmed. According to a table featuring the MAP (minimum advertised pricing), the HTC ThunderBolt — launching as Verizon’s first 4G smartphone — could retail for $250, presumably on two year contract. In addition, the Motorola Xoom could retail for $799, which we’re hoping is the unsubsidized price point for the Google Experience tablet. It is important to remember Verizon Wireless never offered a subsidized price for the Samsung Galaxy Tab, so we can’t assume a lower price for the Xoom will be offered if you ink a two year contract. Of course, these prices are not set in stone but seem to match the price point many are expecting. Hopefully, however, Verizon Wireless tosses in a subsidized contract price for the Xoom.