Nexus 7. One in particular that we've heard about a few times is the upcoming arrivals from Acer. First spotted back in December the Acer B1 looks to rival Google and B&N, while offering a budget Jelly Bean tablet possibly for $99. Today some hands-on photos have appeared so check it out.
Jelly Bean that they'll be showing off at CES 2013 this year. Yesterday we reported on the budget friendly 7-inch flavor, and today they are back with an 8-inch model for those needing a little extra real estate. Read on for full details on this decent sounding slate.
Nexus 7 hitting the premium side of things at $199 many have been trying to match it. How about a 10-inch dual-core tablet that's powered by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean all for just $205. Well that's exactly what Videocon has released in their new TV10 tablet.
Nexus 7 the budget market is a tight one, and it appears like things will only be getting cheaper. We've been hearing reports of a few different $99 Android tablets hitting the scene soon, and now the Wall Street Journal has confirmed a few budget Acer Iconia Tabs are coming next year.
ASUS, and possibly Google. Many are calling this a Nexus 7, and while that's yet to be confirmed, we do know this will be a budget $99 tablet from ASUS running Android Jelly Bean. In what seems to be the norm as of late, the tablet has leaked in benchmarks, and now has appeared on Picasa -- making this a legit device. More details below.
AT&T have announced their new budget friendly HTC One VX is available right now. HTC's new pocket and wallet friendly smartphone is available in stores and online for the low low price of just $49.99 and we have all the details on this impressive phone below.
HTC and AT&T announced two new smartphones to grace their 4G LTE lineup. Those being the new and improved HTC One X+, as well as the budget friendly HTC One VX. Sadly the only one available is the One X+ and we've still not heard a word regarding the VX. Today however the carrier is stating they expect to be "fully stocked" with the One VX by December 7th.
Verizon for $99, seems to be one of those devices. It’s based off the LG Optimus LTE II that was released in Korea earlier this year. LG and Verizon made a few changes to the design and specs, and ended up spitting out the Spectrum 2 to US users. The phone sports a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core chip, 1GB of RAM, a 4.7-inch 720p HD IPS display, and even NFC and wireless charging capabilities -- not a bad combination of features, but we have to see if the handset can use them advantageously. Let’s find out what this thing is capable of.
MetroPCS already offer a few different Android smartphones from ZTE, but it looks like they'll soon be getting another one to add to their lineup. The device pictured below has leaked over on Twitter by @evleaks, and looks to be a rather mid-range smartphone headed to the regional carrier soon.