Completely ignored during the “Premiere” event last week, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 3 slates are back on our radar, as they have finally been scheduled for US launches. All three new Android-based tablets will see daylight in America on July 7, with pricing set to start at a predictable $199.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer JiaYu is rumored to be working on a spectacular S1 handheld with Snapdragon 600 heat and a Full HD panel, but before seeing that beast up on store shelves, two mid-rangers are likely to be made available.
It’s pretty much a known fact by now that Sony is planning to intro the Xperia ZU (Z Ultra) during the Munich press event of tomorrow, but if we are to believe newly emerged rumors the big guy will not be the only new gadget in the spotlight.
Well, that surely didn’t take long. Huawei unveiled the Ascend P6 last week, marketing it as the world’s thinnest smartphone, and there’s already a new candidate for the throne. This one comes from a company whose name probably doesn’t ring many bells, but apparently it’s even slimmer than the P6.
Chinese smartphone start-up Geak is all set to launch its first Android offering, the Eye, in Beijing tomorrow for 1999 Yuan ($320).
Panasonic expands its enterprise-grade tablet line with the introduction of the new 7-inch ToughPad JT-B1. Like the rest of the Tough series devices, the Android powered slate offers reliable shock, dust and water resistance and will be available this August.
SamMobile, popular source for Samsung mobile related news, leaks the unreleased Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean firmware for the Galaxy S III.
Sad to hear Oppo has no plans whatsoever for a 3.7-inch Find 5 Mini? Well, maybe the possibility of a Find 5 Google Edition will make the sorrow go away. Plus, the Find 7 has also been officially confirmed and should be made available by the end of the year.
The Samsung Galaxy NX is a high-end camera, but then again it’s a high-end phone as well. Think of the new Galaxy device as a confused amalgam of both, hoping to not lose its true identity in the process.
Well, what do you know, there’s someone in the technology business that actually listens to its customers and obliges when people complain about the pricing of certain devices – Nvidia. The Shield Android-based handheld game console will thus go on sale for just $299 instead of the initially announced $349 price.
After Indonesia, India will become the second country where Google opens up their brick-and-mortar Android Nation store.
More than two weeks have passed since Verizon confirmed the HTC One will be available with the network, but unfortunately we still have no idea when the 4.7-incher is to make its debut. Then again, it can’t be long now, since Big Red is looking to nix the Droid DNA.
Well, well, well, what have we here? Could it be further proof the Samsung Galaxy S4 variant supporting LTE-Advanced and packing a Snapdragon 800 chip is real? Why, yes, it is.
The so-called Meizu MX3, the company’s highly anticipated next flagship smartphone, is expected to make a commercial debut sometime in the fall. That was essentially all we knew about the thing 24 hours ago, but the status quo has significantly changed between then and now.
AT&T cellular subscribers looking forward owning Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 won’t have to wait much longer as the device has hit the FCC and will be available soon.
The popular Dolphin browser for Android receives a major update, bring in an updated UI and a HTML5 app store to stick up to the reputation earned by this 80 million+ times downloaded app.
Adding to the already existing apps such as Pulse, Flipboard and the likes is new comer Rockmelt. The new app hopes to woo you with its speed and good looks. Check it out to see if you’re impressed.
The Galaxy S4 is getting yet another variant known as the LTE-A and the specs will surely make your new Galaxy S4 feel at least somewhat old.
Oppo could be the latest manufacturer to offer a stock Android experience, as asked its fans on Facebook today whether they would be interested in the Find 5 Google Edition.
Who’s ready for a new round of juicy rumors starring probably the hottest smartphone manufacturer in all China, Xiaomi? Well, ready or not, here it comes – there reportedly is a tablet in the works over in Beijing, supposedly called Mi Pad.