Amazon’s generosity seems to know no time bounds, so even if Black Friday and Cyber Monday are long gone and Christmas a little ways down the road, you can score the Kindle Fire HD and HDX tablets on the cheap.
Asus’ first stab at the “Mini” mobile niche has been a long time coming and is now but a couple of days away from going official.
The ever dependable leakster Evleaks has tipped that the LG-V510 is indeed a Nexus device, kicking off rumors of an 8-inch Nexus tablet once again.
Samsung might be looking to take advantage of Android 4.4 KitKat’s unique optimizations for low memory devices, with more than half a dozen mid to low-end Galaxy family members apparently due for chocolaty software updates in the future.
Android 4.4.1 has begun rolling out to the Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10, with major improvements to the camera on the Nexus 5.
Samsung may not be working solely on toned-down “Mini” and “Lite” versions of current smartphones for next year, but also a low-cost Galaxy Tab 3, according to intel gathered by the usually reliable folks over at Sam Mobile.
Though the Oppo N1, due out on December 10, is pretty innovative and visually striking, the true heir to Find 5’s throne and the top spot on the OEM’s totem pole has long been rumored to come after the N1 and get branded as the Find 7.
Mini versions of flagship smartphones are a serious fad in the mobile industry, and ASUS will be officially hopping on the bandwagon in less than a week.
To make it crystal clear we know nothing for certain on Samsung’s Galaxy S5 yet, rumor now has it the super phone will only land in April 2014 and sport fingerprint recognition technology.
The Xolo Play Tegra Note, one of the first Android slates to build upon NVIDIA’s reference Tegra 4 tablet, has been spotted on an Indian retailer website, with an extremely affordable price tag attached to it.
Karbonn’s upcoming flagship device, the Titanium X, looked fairly alluring ever since its first specs were revealed, but now that the list of features is (nearly) whole, it’s crystal clear the OEM will go after Samsung and Micromax, the two leaders of the Indian mobile market.
The “true” octa-core Glory 4 (aka Honor 4) is not the only high-end handheld Huawei has in the pipeline, as the Ascend Mate 2 has been given Tenaa’s blessing, being therefore due for a China launch over the next few months.
Available for a while now in Korea, LG’s innovative curved display-toting G Flex smartphone is ready to take the rest of Asia by storm in time for the year’s end.
According to a Korean online publication that’s usually spot-on with this sort of speculation, Samsung is indeed gearing up for a commercial release of the highly anticipated Galaxy S5 by the end of 2014’s first quarter.
Repeating performance seen during Thanksgiving and Black Friday weekend, iOS led Android throughout the online shopping fever on Cyber Monday 2013.
The final and stable release of CyanogenMod 10.2.0 is now available for supported devices, as the last and final major build based on Android 4.3.
Asus has been known to dabble in the world of hybrids, both capable of switching between smartphone and tablet modes and change appearance from tab to laptop, but their next family of devices looks a tad more on the conventional side of things.
Upcoming Skylake microarchitecture will have better support for Android.
Karbonn’s already on-the-rise reputation in the Indian mobile landscape is about to get a new boost, thanks to yet another uber-affordable quad-core Android smartphone.
Android 4.4 KitKat is now running on 1.1 percent of active Android devices, roughly a month after it was made available.