Although it’s never enjoyed success in the tablet arena and backed out of the game more than two years ago, HTC is reportedly prepping a grand comeback, thanks to a mysterious high-end Nexus slate rolling out later this year.
Closely following the Galaxy Note 3, the Galaxy S4 LTE-A has started getting the Android 4.4 treatment, with nine other Samsung devices allegedly waiting for soon-to-happen KitKat makeovers.
Less than 24 hours after Google made Motorola’s unloading to Lenovo official, the first rumors of how exactly the Chinese intend to use the new assets and connections to their advantage have surfaced, pointing to an imminent Lenovo-built Nexus.
LG officials brought upon themselves a massive wave of public flak when issuing confusing statements on G2’s Android 4.4 KitKat update, but ultimately the Koreans may still prevail in the software support challenge, as they’re working on bumps for roughly a dozen old and new devices.
HP has been aiming low ever since (tardily) joining the Android party, with modestly specced, low-priced slates, and the company’s first smartphone efforts in almost three years are no different.
Sony had a fairly poor showing at CES 2014, at least compared with last year’s Consumer Electronics Show, but word around the street is the Xperia creators will more than make up for it in February, during the Mobile World Congress (MWC).
Samsung may have been able to keep an almost unusually tight lid on information concerning its Galaxy Note Pro and Tab Pro slates until not long ago, but once the ball started rolling, there was no stopping it and now we seem to know everything.
As expected, the CES 2014 announcements have started trickling in, though the tech trade show is not technically underway yet, and following LG and ZTE, Acer has put its cards on the table, focusing as usual on affordability.
Less than 24 hours after an AnTuTu benchmark spilled the beans on Galaxy Note Pro 12.2’s features, another upcoming Samsung-made tablet has had its full spec sheet leaked to the press via the same performance test.
The long-rumored and heavily anticipated 12-inch Samsung Galaxy Note tablet may have undergone a branding alteration since last fall, but it appears its final specs won’t be any different than the ones revealed to the press back in the day.
One of Samsung’s most heavily anticipated 2014 tablets, likely to be dubbed Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, is inching closer to its commercial launch, as a notorious source of mobile-related gossip claims it’s currently in testing with AT&T.
Despite recent reports, there might be more than four new Samsung tablets looming large on the horizon, as another one has just cleared the FCC, carrying a model number not associated in any way to previously rumored Galaxy slates.
An FCC listing and fresh report out of Korea seem to further clear the air on two of four unannounced Samsung tablets expected to land in Q1 2014: the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite and an unnamed 10.5-inch Super AMOLED unit.
Samsung never sleeps, that much we’ve always known about the Android kings, and the first three months of 2014 shall prove it once again, as the Koreans are rumored to unveil four, count’em four new tablets.
The LG-V510 is a Google Play edition of the LG G Pad 8.3, not the Nexus 8 tablet, according to data unearthed by a Reddit user.
Not that anyone really doubted its legitimacy, but the recent rumor of a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite being in the pipeline is now just about confirmed, thanks to a Wi-Fi certification, Zauba listing and User Agent Profile expose.
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 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.