Rumors about the Google Flagship Smartphone are circling around and causing much anticipation among the fans. As a little treat for the mind, the rumor has been disseminated and maybe we’ll be lucky enough to see the Nexus 5 in only a month’s time. The Nexus smartphone, made by LG yet again, is expected to be seen on the 14th of October if the rumors are held to be true. The new phone’s design is said to take its inspiration from the LG G2 with the exception of its diagonal 5 inches display and also the fortunate disappearance of the rear buttons.
The Transformer Book Trio, based on the two world famous operating systems of Windows and Android, has finally been announced by ASUS and is expected to enter the markets soon enough. The machine providing super portability can be used as a tablet and a laptop at the same time by more than one person. This has been made possible with the two part dock-able design which brings together the portable tablet and the laptop. The dock of the Transformer book trio can be used as a normal PC station once a monitor has been attached to its head while the other part can be used as a tablet.
Earlier this week we leaked photos of Samsung’s upcoming Smartwatch the Galaxy Gear and now Samsung has officially announced the device at IFA 2013 in Berlin. So now we know what the Galaxy Gear actually is. The Galaxy Gear Smartwatch is exactly that a smartwatch, but it is made to be an accessory that works with your Galaxy smartphone.
Motorola has recently announced its new flagship phone called the Moto X and the interesting thing is that it is developed entirely under the supervision of Google. Moto X is now available from AT&T in US with the price tag of $199 for the 16GB version while 32GB variant will cost you $249 with a two year contract.
Seeing that Phablet-sized phones are really starting to catch on Samsung is bringing their 6.3-inch Galaxy Mega smartphone to the U.S. market. This is the ideal hybrid mobile device for those who want to experience smartphone portability with the immersive experience of a tablet.
Ever since Intel released the Classmate PC more than a few years ago, it has taken a very bold step in providing educational technology to students in the developing and developed world. The company has presently announced the next phase of its hard work. Yes, it publicized a pair of tablets that are designed to interface with sensor packages, including educational software, and are Android based rather than Microsoft Windows.
The introduction to NVIDIA’s launch has surely been out of the ordinary. There was this time when the demand was so strong that NVIDIA pulled pre-orders ahead by a couple of days and then after some time it dropped down the prices for some reason. Then suddenly last month, when we were just about to see it make debut in the market; the company discovered a drawback in the device and stopped the launch right away. Things have been a bit on the silent mode since then. But now the company has given its final verdict on the launch, and that shall be by the end of this month.
Behold, the day of days has arrived: Kickstarted darling Ouya, the Android-powered video game console, is available to the public. It sold out on Amazon in just a few hours and I’ll bet that other retailers are finding their stocks a little low, too. I backed Ouya on Kickstarter shortly before the close of the nearly $8.6M funding round last summer, and I received my backer unit a couple of weeks ago. I’ve had some time to play several of the games and poke around the device a bit.
It seems like the big tablet / AIO market has become one of the main interests of many PC and device makers. We can well agree with the fact when Samsung announced it ATIV Q tablet which is a 13 inch convertible slate running both Windows 8 and Android 4.2 and now it looks like that HP is has the same plan cooking in its mind. Yes! It’s true; HP is planning to move on with its own line of devices with another major desktop AIO.
Good news for Samsung Tablet users. Recently at the Samsung Premiere 2103 in London the giant Korean company unveiled its convertible, dual boot tablet capable of running both Windows 8 and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean called the ATIV Q. Samsung had already planned to launch a notebook display in the market which resolution was expected to be better than the Apple Retina services. Well for the curious, ATIV Q is exactly using the same display, boasting a 3200×1800 qHD+ screen resolution.