Waiting to get your hands on Samsung’s jumbo-sized Galaxy View tablet? You’re in luck, at least if you live in Canada. Bell will be selling the tablet for $699 starting November 19th, exclusively pre-loaded with the Fibe TV application. Read more
Samsung has finally made the Galaxy View official, and it’s almost exactly what all of the initial rumors suggested it would be. There’s no groundbreaking hardware here, but if you’re the kind of person that just wants a big tablet to watch TV and movies on, this might just be the device for you. Read more
The Galaxy View has shown up in many forms. Samsung first teased the device at its Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ event, and since, there’s been a myriad of leaks indicating its massive size and decidedly low specifications. Now, serial leakster Evan Blass has gotten his hands on another render.
Google and Asus first partnered up for the original Nexus 7 tablet in 2012, and again with the Nexus 7 2013 the following year, with both tablets offering great specifications for an affordable price. Now it seems as if the two companies could be teaming up once more to produce a 3rd-generation Nexus 7.
From October 22nd (today) till October 25th, T-Mobile will give you a free Samsung Galaxy S6 and a free Galaxy Tab A for $0 down and $0 per month through its JUMP! On Demand service. This only applies if you trade in a recent Samsung or Apple smartphone. Read more
Everyone loves using their tablets whilst sitting on the couch or laying in bed, but sometimes it can get very uncomfortable having to hold the tablet for extended periods. This is where the Tstand could come in handy, with its reversible base and adjustable viewing angle, you can view the tablet hands and strain-free. Tstand has just launched its campaign on Kickstarter, with the goal of raising $10,000.
Samsung has some exciting products in the works, but one in particular that has our eye is the Galaxy View. It’s said to have massive 18.4-inch display with mid-range specifications, according to a recent GFXBench leak. And now, SamMobile was able to get their hands on a bundle of promotional images for the device.
Giving a child a Nexus 9 or Galaxy Tab S2 for Christmas might not be the best idea. That’s where Fuhu and its Nabi line of kids tablets comes in, offering a slate that can hold up to a child’s fingerprints and potential damage they’ll put the device through. However, the Nabi 2 is getting old, and Fuhu is back to refresh the line with the all-new Elev-8.
The UK carrier, EE, has just launched a new 7-inch tablet called the Robin, featuring 4G connectivity and aimed at the kids section of the market. The Robin could well find its way to a few Christmas stockings this year in the UK, so let’s see what it brings to the table.