Update (6/7/16): Evan Blass cleared the air on Monday and said that the “mystery” was solved. The leaked image is showing the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1, not the Galaxy Tab S3.
Amazon has announced a slightly tweaked Kindle Fire HD 10 tablet, and while it doesn’t offer much of an upgrade in the hardware department, it looks much nicer than the current models. The new Fire tablet comes in Aluminum Silver, marking one of the only tablets that Amazon makes in a metal and not plastic. Read more
The tablet market might have slowed down a tad, but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t a space for a budget friendly tablet with a decent level of specifications. At least, that is what LG is hoping for with the launch of its G Pad III 8.0 in Canada and its home market, South Korea. Join us after the break for the rundown. Read more
During Google I/O 2016, one notable subject that the company was silent on was the future of smartphones and tablets in its Nexus line. That was not unexpected despite the Nexus 9 tablet being pulled from the Google Store in late April. With a new report from HTC confirming they have ceased production of the tablet, that means Google currently has no tablet device available for purchase or ostensibly in the pipeline for a future release. Read more
So, you have a laptop running Windows and an Android tablet. But what would happen if you could somehow meld the two devices together? Well, it could result in a 2-in-1 device such as the CHUWI HiBook. Intrigued? Well, join us after the break to see Justin’s unboxing video of the CHUWI HiBook 2-in-1 tablet. Read more
NVIDIA may soon launch a successor to the older NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet. A device that appears similar to that of the original just arrived at the FCC. Read more
Owners of the NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet should be on the lookout for an update rolling out to their devices. NVIDIA has released an update to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for the base version of the device. Owners of the LTE-enabled SHIELD Tablet will have to continue to wait. Read more
Remember the Galaxy View? Samsung announced the behemoth of a tablet late last year, then pretty much forgot about it and stopped reminding anyone that it existed. It was definitely a niche product, considering it had an 18.4-inch 1080p display that was too big to comfortably use as a tablet but still kind of small to use as a replacement TV.
Despite the relative lack of success of the Galaxy View, Lenovo is ready to throw their hat in the ring with their own massive tablet. According to a benchmark for a PB2-690N, it looks like Lenovo’s implementation will be better in some ways, but worse in others. Read more
Being able to flash the latest version of Android to your Nexus device is one of the most appealing benefits of owning a Nexus handset or tablet. The only real downside was having to unlock your bootloader to do so. That’s no longer the case, though, as you can now access full OTA images for all supported devices, allowing you to sideload the image via adb in recovery, even if your Nexus device has a locked bootloader. Read more
Although the tablet market has cooled off considerably compared to just a couple years ago, that is not stopping Samsung from working on updates to their current top of the line tablets. Earlier this year a pair of devices believed to be the Galaxy Tab S3 8.0 and Galaxy Tab S3 9.7 were spotted making their way through the FCC. Now the 8-inch version has surfaced again, this time passing through China’s TENNA certification. The benefit of this is that the TENNA database includes some images of the device. Read more