Always a high-profile IFA participant, Sony could be planning to make this year’s Berlin electronics trade show an event to remember, reportedly prepping a pair of high-end smartphones, plus some sort of Xperia Z2 Tablet sequel or spin-off.
Anyone assuming Amazon’s Kindle Fire upgrading cycle would be disturbed by the unveil of the company’s debut Fire Phone is about to be “disappointed”, as a Fire HDX tablet sequel popped up in a benchmark listing right on schedule.
HTC is in dire need of a “hero” device to put its financials back on track, and according to newly surfaced speculation, a slew of tablets, selfie-centric handheld and high-end Windows Phone may contend for the savior role.
If you thought Nvidia spilled the beans last week, when the first press render of the unannounced Shield Tablet made its way online, wait until you hear about all the info that just came to light, including an exhaustive spec sheet and precise US launch date.
Codenamed Volantis, the Nexus 9 could be the last Nexus device to hit markets before Google’s rumored Android Silver program takes over.
The world’s first high-resolution AMOLED tablets, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and 10.5, are official at last, bringing top-notch features and sensible enough price tags to sound the alarm in Apple’s Cupertino camp.
It looks like Barnes & Noble’s tablet production business lives to see another day, thanks to Samsung, which will adopt the Nook-specific ecosystem and integrate it into a co-branded Galaxy Tab 4 Nook.
Toshiba is going after Asus, Google, HP and each and every player involved in the affordable tablet arena, moving the spotlight away from struggling high-end efforts and instead focusing on surprisingly solid, cheap new entries titled Excite Go and Encore 2.
Invites sent out to the press make it pretty clear that the event will be centered around the company’s upcoming tablets with AMOLED displays.
A benchmark listing suggests LG’s upcoming G Pad tablet lineup will include mostly mid-range hardware.
Samsung’s quest to really make Android tablets relevant continues, as the recently released Galaxy Tab Pros and Note Pro 12.2 are said to get even higher-end spin-offs in the form of an 8.4 and 10.5-inch Galaxy Tab S and enigmatic 13.3-inch “Warhol”.
The three new tablets in LG’s G Pad lineup will be officially announced later this week and are being teased by the company with next to no details on them.
The leaked image suggests that Samsung’s upcoming AMOLED display-toting Android slate will look quite similar to the company’s existing tablets.
A new Google Nexus tablet could be undergoing testing with the codename “flounder”.
Samsung is reportedly planning to launch tablets with an AMOLED display in 8.4-inch and 10.5-inch variants.
The budget alternatives to the high-end Galaxy Tab Pro trio and Note Pro 12.2, dubbed simply Galaxy Tab 4, have just gone official, looking eerily similar to their predecessors and keeping things humble in the hardware department.
Samsung’s oft-rumored future Galaxy Tabs sporting Super AMOLED displays are likely inching closer to their formal debuts, with various form factors ranging from 7 to 10.5 inches.
Among the Mobile World Congress exhibitors that jumped the gun and announced new gadgets ahead of the trade fair’s official start, Lenovo chose the timid route for fresh smartphones, but no so shy approach for tablets.
Huawei’s Mobile World Congress product lineup doesn’t only include its first ever wearable device, but also an ultra-affordable, uber-pretty 4.5-inch phone, and a pair of premium-looking aluminum-built Android tablets.
The Sony Xperia Tablet Z could soon get a considerably improved successor, details of which heave leaked online ahead of Mobile World Congress.