Galaxy Tab A and Tab A Plus specs leaked



With the onset of a new year, it’s time to focus on upcoming smartphones and tablets OEMs are working on. While Samsung has been making waves with the Galaxy S 6, the company is also working a series of new tablets. Specifically the Galaxy Tab A and Tab A Plus. Today, we have information about the possible specs regarding these new tablets and from what we’re seeing they’ll be mid-range devices.

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Samsung SM-T239 to be called the Galaxy Tab 4 Lite 7.0 LTE


A set of benchmark results emerged online eleven days ago disclosing that Samsung is in the process of developing a brand new version of the Galaxy Tab 4 sporting a 64-bit processor.

The details were a little thin, but, according a new report, the device is set to be a more affordable 7-inch, 4G-enabled variant of the Galaxy Tab 4, dubbed the “Galaxy Tab 4 Lite 7.0 LTE”.

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Google Play edition devices are no longer available


Never got around to purchasing a Google Play edition device? Then it is likely safe to say you never will. Slowly but surely, we have seen Google Play edition devices vanish online. A warning was never issued by Google and the company has proceeded to pull the devices from the Play Store. Most recently, the Samsung Galaxy S 4 Google Play edition was removed after months of being out of stock. Then, today, the HTC One (M8) Google Play edition was shown the door. It left the Google Play edition section with nothing to show; therefore, the initiative that pushed a stock Android experience on flagship devices is presumably gone.

Have you ever purchased a Google Play edition device? Let us know in the comments.

Source: Google Play

You can stream the Super Bowl to your Android tablet, but not your smartphone, through NBC

super bowl XLIXNBC is giving cord cutters an easy way to watch the Super Bowl thanks to an 11 hour live stream of the entire game, plus pre-game coverage and the halftime show. You’ll be able to watch the big game on NBC’s Sports Live Extra app on your tablet, or on a desktop or laptop or computer, which goes live at noon on February 1st. Read more