If you’re getting new Android device this holiday season, setting it up can be a chore. It’s not as simple as powering the new gadget up and playing your favorite games. There’s quite a bit of setup involved to initialize the device, and the time it takes to setup the Android device varies by brand (e.g. Motorola devices might take longer than Google devices).
If you’re not sure where to start, we’ve got you covered. We’ll take you step-by-step on setting up your new Android device for the first time. Hit the break to get started!
If you know Samsung when it comes to its tablets (or any of its devices), then you’ll know that it is not happy unless it has unleashed an onslaught of various models for the masses. Following the newly unveiled Galaxy Tab 3, it’s looking like Samsung will have no fewer than 4 additional tablet models— the Galaxy Tab Duos 7.0, Galaxy Tab AMOLED 8.0, Galaxy Tab 11 and the Nexus 11— that will arrive for 2013. Each tablet model will range from 7-inch to 11-inch models and come jam-packed with features like rumored expandable microSD slots and 2MP front-facing cameras. The real intriguing device among the bunch is the Nexus 11— which will build upon the largely successful Nexus 10 and is possibly slated to feature an octa-core processor and wait for it— a microSD slot capable of up to 64GB of extra memory. Considering Google is pretty strict with microSD slots on its Nexus line, we’ll go ahead and hold our breath until it actually happens.
Hit the flip to see the full list and specs of each upcoming device.