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Ematic announces the eGlide Steal 7-inch ICS tablet for $119

Today Ematic has just revealed their newest entry into the Android tablet game. The name might be new to some, but they've recently been producing tons of budget tablets and today's is no different. Just as the name suggests their new tablet is basically a "steal." Being a 7-inch Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet, with a capacitive touchscreen all for only $119. More details after the break.

NVIDIA: 28 more Tegra 3 phones coming in 2012

Today during NVIDIA's annual "Analyst Day" we were listening in as Mobile Business Manager Mike Rayfield started talking about the Tegra 3 quad-core processor. What instantly caught our attention is the amount of NVIDIA Tegra 3-powered quad-core smartphones they have coming this year. With the HTC One X already available, they have more coming -- many more.

Samsung Galaxy Appeal slides into AT&T

If you're the type of customer that likes to follow the prepaid path rather then signing your life away for 2 years the folks from AT&T have just released what they hope will be an "appealing" phone. The new QWERTY slider smartphone called the Samsung Galaxy Appeal was just announced and is headed to their prepaid lineup.

Ematic launches 10-inch ICS tablet for $219

There are so many value-priced Android tablets out there that we tend to gloss over them unless there's something notable to report. In the case of the Ematic eGlide XL Pro 2, there's two: the price and the features. The former is just $219, just a little more than the "reader tablets" already available and considerably less than the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 (which is a deal in itself). The latter is that it's a 10-inch tablet running Android 4.0 out of the box, something we're always glad to see.

Samsung attacks – shows why their Galaxy Tab 2 is the best budget tablet

Samsung is at it again today with another one of their awesome comparison graphs. This time around they aren't comparing the Note 10.1 to the new iPad, instead they are showing why their new and impressive Galaxy Tab 2 (7") is the best budget tablet around - coming in at $249. Below you can see our full review of the tablet, and their detailed graph showing why you should choose it over the competition.

HTC One V Hands-on and First Impressions

HTC's last device announced at Mobile World Congress, the HTC One V finally went on sale last week as well as some additional pricing details that were released for the UK. Today we've got one and were able to take it for a quick test drive and enjoy Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and their updated Sense UI experience on a lower end device like the One V. This phone is a good sign that HTC should be able to update most of their older devices. Lets jump in shall we?
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