Huawei has brought the MediaPad M3 tablet to the US. The device features a 8.4-inch 2650×1600 IPS display, a Kirin 950 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, 8MP cameras front and rear, and a 5,100mAh battery.
Other features to look out for are stereo speakers co-engineered by Harmon/Kardon, a fingerprint reader, and Android 6.0 ... Read More »
Barnes and Noble started off with its Nook tablet line with a heavily skinned version of Android. Since then, the company has dropped that effort and optioned to put the Nook brand on other company’s tablets, like from Samsung.
But it looks like Barnes & Noble may be going back to its old ways with ... Read More »
Samsung has a new tablet coming to the United States soon. It’s called the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 and it offers a 10.1-inch display that is 1.7 times denser than its predecessor, which should make it easier to read for extended periods of time. That display packs a 1920×1200 resolution, and Samsung included a ... Read More »
Amazon is continuing to branch out from its retailer roots as it creates more of its own hardware. The new Fire HD 8 tablet is another example of that, pairing an affordable price with Alexa, Amazon’s voice assistant software that has previously been native only to the Read More »
Up to this point, 7-inch tablets appeared to have dropped off the Google radar considering it’s been three years since the company launched the Nexus 7. There’s been the Nexus 9 and Nexus 10, and even the Pixel C, but anyone who has been waiting for a new 7-inch tablet has been left to do ... Read More »
When the iPad was introduced, it launched a wave of frenzy in the tablet market. Consumers began scrambling for tablets, while manufacturers that were caught off-guard worked to catch up. During that period, a whole host of hardware and software concepts were launched, giving us some unique devices as well as a great deal of ... Read More »
Dell isn’t a name you hear often when it comes to Android devices, but the company has built quite a few devices over the years. The Venue line of tablets has always been interesting but unsuccessful, so it’s no surprise that Dell announced it is discontinuing its line of Android tablets.
Wireless carriers love to offer tablets, as they’re an accessory that doesn’t necessarily need carrier support but can be a great money spinner if customers choose to purchase a tablet from a carrier. The latest tablet to be offered by a carrier is the ASUS ZenPad Z8, which is now available from Verizon. ... Read More »