Galaxy Player announcement. This time around they've just unleashed details on their biggest media player yet, and I just feel like calling it a tablet. Samsung's iPod-rivaling Galaxy Player just got an upgrade to a massive 5.8-inch display so lets take a look.
Monthly Archive: December 2013
Transformer Pad TF300 tablet is a pretty sweet device. Rocking the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor and having an optional keyboard dock. You all should know plenty about the TF300 already, and now today we have some great news. A hot deal just sprung up at Sears and you can get the optional $149 keyboard dock absolutely free.
Optimus Vu) is still a rather large phablet device, but now we have some official photos. LG released their Optimus Vu earlier this year internationally and we've seen countless leaks this month confirming a Verizon launch. Now today we are getting our first press shot.
Lenovo has a brand new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet on the block today that might be worth taking a second look at. It's called the IdeaPad A2109 (not to be confused with the S2109) and is a pretty great package all for $299. This might not dethrone the Nexus 7, but those wanting a larger screen with similar specs should take note.
Galaxy Note 2 phablet is just a few short days from getting officially announced and unveiled to the world, but now a Korean newspaper might have spoiled a few more details a bit early. The Galaxy Note 2 model GT-N7100 (first note was N7000) will rock all the specs we've been hearing rumors about for the past few weeks, but this leak allegedly confirms Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean on board.
Play Store had a big week too so lets take a peek below.
Nexus 7 and NVIDIA's Tegra 3 quad-core processor just keep pushing the cutting edge. When we say cutting edge -- we mean faster than anything else available. Over at XDA they've pushed the limits farther than we thought possible, and now have the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core that powers the Nexus 7 running at 2.0 GHz. Check it out below.
NASA. A few weeks back, it landed the Curiosity rover on the surface Mars, and it announced earlier this week that we'll be going back to Mars in 2016 - this time to find out how the Red Planet evolved. But NASA's upcoming plans don't all have something to do with Mars as some of them, like PhoneSat, will be playing out much closer to home.