Plenty of rumors had already pegged the Galaxy View for all it’s worth, especially a pre-order page that detailed its specifications before Samsung could get around to officially announcing the giant tablet. But the company has finally decided the time is right, and now the Galaxy View tablet is officially official.
10-inch tablets celebrated a vogue when Android tablets first started to fill the market. Then they shrank away for a time as smaller, more portable tablets stole the scene. Flash forward to today, and larger tablets are starting to become prevalent again. Amazon, never one to miss an opportunity, looks to be cashing ... Read More »
Much like the Amazon Fire line, Barnes & Noble used to sell NOOK-branded Android tablets modified with a custom interface specifically for consuming B&N media. But unlike the Amazon Fire line, the NOOK didn’t do so well and was cancelled. Now the NOOK line is back, but with a less proprietary approach this time around.
While smartphone displays have been steadily increasing in size over the years, tablets have managed to avoid this, thanks in part to already having big-enough screens for most. But, if a new report pans out, Samsung could be looking to give the tablet market its injection of gigantic screens, just like it did with smartphones ... Read More »
Not every device gets a huge presentation to herald in its arrival, but not every device needs one. LG’s newest Android-based tablet, the G Pad II 8.0, probably fits that description very well, but that hasn’t stopped LG from making it official anyway.
The G Pad II 8.0 made its debut on LG’s Korean website, and ... Read More »
After last year’s high-end Galaxy Tab S, many have waited for Samsung to release a fitting successor. The company is doing that now with the Galaxy Tab S2, which will come in two different size variants of an 8-inch model and a larger 9.7-inch model. Samsung is placing an emphasis on the size and weight, ... Read More »
Just in time for Father’s Day, T-Mobile has announced a new deal on the LG G Pad F8.0. Interested customers can pick up the LG G Pad F8.0 for $0 down and $0 per month when you pair it with T-Mobile’s Match Your Data plan. What is the Match Your Data plan? If ... Read More »