Being in the market for budget devices doesn't always mean you have to discard all notions of branding. But more affordable offerings from more reputable brands don't always mean they're better, as the new Acer Iconia One 7 might demonstrate.
Trying to once more bring its display experience into the Android market, TV and monitor maker has unveiled three Android tablets. But while these tablets may boast of AOC's brand, the tablet themselves are marketed more towards the low-tier segment of the market.
Just a week after it made splashes in MWC 2014, LG has officially announced the arriveal of the LG L90. Billed as the premier model in its new line of budget smartphones, the L90 tries to combine premium features with budget hardware and an equally affordable price tag.
Just after announcing two mid-range smartphones at MWC 2014, HTC is going down a rung and unveiling the Desire 310 in China. Aside from supporting two SIM cards in one, this smartphone ditches the usual Qualcomm for a quad-core MediaTek processor.
With tablets that provide both Android and Windows operating systems slowly starting to crop up, it was only a matter of time before cheaper alternative also appear. ViewSonic, who is probably either popular or notorious for such affordable devices, has just launched what is actually its second dual-booting tablet, this time powered by an Intel Celeron N2910.
Kyocera has just launched its latest smartphone, the Kyocera Hydro Plus, on Cricket Wireless' network. Like its other devices, this touts waterproof capabilities but offers it with a more budget-friendly price tag.
Rumor has it that HP will soon be outing not one but two low-cost Android smartphones, possibly next week. While we have almost no idea what these devices will be like, this latest tip gives one possible scenario of one of the duo, for now called the HP Slate 6 Voice Tab.
While the Consumer Electronics Show is usually an opportune time to show off something new to the crowd, Acer isn't satisfied in doing only that. Instead, it is now also announcing the next iteration of its tried and tested affordable Android tablets, the Acer Iconia A1 and the Iconia B1.
It's been quite a while since we've last heard from them but it seems that E FUN isn't bowing out of the tablet race yet. The California-based consumer electronics company is said to be preparing another duo of mid-ranged Android tablets for the price conscious buyer.
BLU Products isn't a name you'd usually see plastered on mobile phone ads, but for the past few months it has been putting out cost-friendly Android smartphones in the market, particularly the US. Now it is once more making its presence felt with two low-end smartphones, the Advance 4.0 and the Studio 5.0 II.