It looks like Motorola will soon get back into the tablet game. The Lenovo owned company is working on an Android tablet with a Productivity Mode, according to a latest report from Android Police. Continue reading “Motorola Android tablet with Productivity Mode reportedly in the works”
Google just released the developer preview for Android N and now it is offering a treat to developers. The company is giving 25% discount on the Pixel C tablet but only if you are a developer.
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Google is set to announce two new Nexus devices today. Meanwhile, a fresh report is stating that the company is planning to launch a high-end 10.2-inch tablet later this year.
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We might have reviewed the Dell Venue 8 Pro way ahead of its Indian reveal, but the tablet trio, that includes two other Android tablets, launched only a while back. Dell’s Venue 7 and 8 were Android tablets with two different screen sizes with largely the same specifications inside. Powered by an Intel processor, these tablets are placed at the mid range segment of the marketplace, which is the most popular segment for Android tablets these days. The Venue 8 is priced at Rs. 17,499, which might be a bit high when compared to the competition like the new Nexus 7, but is it good enough? While we’ll tell you that in our review, here is a preliminary look through our unboxing and overview video –
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Barnes and Nobles was recently in the lime light for making a partnership deal with Microsoft with respect to the “Nook” category of devices the book giant produces. We were wary of what the outcome might be, but in an obvious move, they are trying to battle their competitors again, with the announcement of the new Nooks, name the Nook HD and the Nook HD+. Clearly, these new Nooks are the answers to the latest Kindle Fires from Amazon, their arch rivals in the e-reader world. Continue reading “Barnes and Noble takes on the Amazon Kindle Fire with Nook HD and Nook HD+”
Samsung Galaxy Tab 680 (P6800) 7.7 with Super Amoled HD Plus display is no doubt but one of the best Android tablets available out there. It recently launched in India but only with online retailers like Flipkart, LetsBuy for more than 33k. Now Flipkart has reduced the price of the tab to 28,500 and also offers Samsung Book Cover worth Rs. 3,099. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Tab 680 (Tab 7.7) price drops to Rs. 28500”
Archos has posted a new teaser video of the their upcoming G10 xs tablet on their YouTube page. They have also revealed some details about the tablet in the press Conference in Paris. They plan to launch 3 new range of tablets in 2012 . Arnova tablets starting from 50EUR(capacitive ones from 70EUR), Archos elements with Google certification and Archos G10 xs range with keyboard dock. Continue reading “Archos G10 XS Android tablet teased”
Beetel, a part of the Bharti Group, will soon launch its first tablet device, the Beetel Magiq in India. This tablet runs on the Android 2.2 (Froyo) Operating System and it seems to be a rebranded version of Huawei SmaKit S7.
Almost all the major handset manufacturers are entering into the tablet market. Even Micromax and Maxx mobiles are planning to launch their tablet in India. Beetel, a part of the Bharti Group, will soon launch its first tablet device, the Beetel Magiq in India. This tablet was recently listed at Sagar Telecom, an unknown online retailer in India, but the page was later removed. This tablet runs on the Android 2.2 (Froyo) Operating System and it seems to be a rebranded version of Huawei SmaKit S7. Continue reading “Beetel To Launch Android Powered Beetel Magiq Tablet In India”
Recently, we told you that Ufone Pakistan will be launching HTC Flyer in coming weeks and today they officially launched HTC’s first ever tablet in Pakistan, and they are the first network in Pakistan to introduce it. HTC Flyer is an Android powered tablet running on Android 2.3 a.k.a Gingerbread along with HTC Sense UI, which makes the tablet experience amazing. Continue reading “Ufone officially launches HTC Flyer in Pakistan”
Two months ago, Sony officially announced their first ever Android powered tablets, and they are known as Sony S1 and Sony S2. Both are running on Honeycomb and their design is completely different from each other. We heard that it will be out later this summer and now Sony officially confirmed it that Sony S1 and S2 will hit UK in September. Continue reading “Sony S1 and S2 hitting UK in September?”
Today, we are presenting you the review of HTC Flyer, which is HTC’s first ever Android powered tablet. HTC is one of the leading technology companies in the world and in past years, they improved a lot. They launched several devices, which actually changed the way people think about their device and they currently known as one of the most reliable smartphone brands in the world. HTC Flyer is an amazing looking tablet, and it’s HTC’s first ever Android tablet. The device is running on Android Gingerbread along with Sense UI, which makes the user experience just amazing. It’s currently available in USA, UK and other parts of the world. Well folks, want to read the full review? Then check it out after the break. Continue reading “HTC Flyer Review – a versatile Android tablet”
Acer recently launched the Android powered ICONIA Tab A500 at an event in Mumbai, India. This tablet runs on the Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) OS and it comes with a large 10.1 inch touchscreen display, Wi-Fi Connectivity and more.
Acer recently launched the Android powered ICONIA Tab A500 at an event in Mumbai, India. This tablet runs on the latest Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) Operating System and it comes with a large 10.1 inch touchscreen display, Wi-Fi Connectivity, 5 megapixel rear camera, 2 megapixel front-facing camera for video calls and more. Continue reading “Acer Launches Android Honeycomb Powered ICONIA Tab A500 For Rs.27,990”
Recently, Amazon launched the very own Android app store, which is amazing and it offers a lot of apps on good and reasonable prices. When Amazon launched it, we also told you that Amazon is also working on their first ever Android tablet. Now it looks like the rumors are turning into a true story because DigiTimes, which is one of the leading news reports industries in the world, they are reporting that a Taiwanese company known as Quanta Computers has received an order from Amazon, and the order is to manufacture tablets between 700,000 and 800,000 units, and they will start shipping it in the second half of this year. Continue reading “Report: Amazon Android tablet coming this summer, enters production”
Samsung has managed to change the design of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 after MWC. Looks like the company was not happy to release a tablet thicker than the Apple iPad 2 to the market. So what did they do ? They felt that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 was inadequate to take on the iPad 2 and they did not stop there. They went and redesigned the whole thing so that it is only 8.6 mm thick and weighs 595g. The earlier model was 10.9mm thick and weighed 599 g. Did Samsung just surprise Apple ? Take a look at the all new design in the photos below Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Photos NEW Design !”
Recently at the Mobile World Congress, Motorola officially announced the Motorola XOOM, which is the world’s first Android 3.0 a.k.a Honeycomb tablet. As you may have seen our hands-on video of the Motorola XOOM, the tablet is quite impressive and blazing fast.Whenever a product is made, there are always some big ideas and stories behind it. There are also some ideas behind the Motorola XOOM, which makes it one of the best tablets. Continue reading “The making of the Motorola XOOM”