Tough tablets are big business, and they are handy devices to have regardless of where you reside. Not everyone needs a tablet that can take a tumble, but if you’re looking for one in India, the Samsung Galaxy Tab Active release has just been announced for the region.
The Google Nexus 9 made by HTC released in November last year and has proved pretty popular since its arrival. The tablet runs pure vanilla Android 5.0 Lollipop, something that has attracted many buyers. If you’re in India you may have struggled to get your hands on the LTE variant. There’s good news today though…
We’ve seen quite a few QHD smartphones roll out, but the selection is a little slimmer when it comes to tablets. Last year, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S line sported some of the best displays around, and a new report says they are set to wow us with those Super AMOLED displays again in 2015.
Panasonic’s Toughpad series are some of the most rugged slates around, and a new one has just launched in India. It’s called the Panasonic Toughpad FZ-B2, and if you’re in the market for a tough tablet and have deep pockets, it may be just the thing for you.
We were spoiled with all the smartphone leaks that have come from Twitter over the years, and while they have slowed down somewhat, leaker @upleaks still drops a juicy smartphone rumors from time to time. This time it’s another HTC leak, but it doesn’t involve the One M9 as it appears HTC has a new slate in the works.
If you play a lot of mobile games, the NVIDIA Shield tablet is hands down the best slate around. Even if you don’t game, it’s still a beastly device and very affordable for the power it packs. NVIDIA always has new processors in the works, and the NVIDIA Shield Tablet 2 will apparently sport one of those new chips.
There’s been a lot of discussion regarding Samsung’s new smartphone naming convention, and we’ve seen several new series appear online already. There hasn’t been much news in regards to new tablets, but a new report suggests we’ll be seeing the Samsung Galaxy Tab A and Galaxy Tab A Plus sometime in the very near future.
Back in November, the Jolla Tablet showed up on Indiegogo where it proceeded to destroy its funding goal – people were excited. If you missed out or just want a Sailfish OS slate with plenty of storage, you’ll be pleased to know a 64GB version of the Jolla Tablet is now live on Indiegogo.
We like to spread the love around here at Phonesreview.co.uk, and that means covering devices from manufacturers big, small, and unheard of. This is the first time we’ve covered a device with the Telecast branding, but it’s not every day you come across a dual-booting tablet. Ready to meet the Telecast X98 Air?
It’s a well-known fact that Samsung has turned to 64-bit processors for a large part of its 2015 lineup, and we’ve covered a dozen handsets that are set to debut with the new chips. We haven’t heard much on the tablet front, but we’ve recently learned that some of Sammy’s 2015 slates will be 64-bit as well.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 released last June and some may then be surprised to hear that a new version of the tablet is on the way. It’s reported that a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 refresh will include a 64-bit chipset, and this follows a spot on a benchmark database. GFX Bench information…