Lenovo is back this month with another Android tablet, only this time is aiming for a different crowd with a budget friendly price and new size. Shaped and spec'd very similar to the iPad 2 we have the Lenovo IdeaTab S2109 here to check out. Coming with a 9.7-inch 4:3 aspect ratio screen and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. See if it's worth it after the break.
Ice Cream Sandwich tablets have hit the shelves. These are from the somewhat well known tablet brand Nextbook, although I'd hardly call them premium. Offering 7, 8, and 10.1-inch Ice Cream Sandwich tablets all priced under $300, if you're on a budget they might be worth a quick look.
Ice Cream Sandwich tablet, with a capacitive touchscreen all for only $119. More details after the break.
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.
Ice Cream Sandwich budget smartphones called the Kyocera Rise and the Hydro. They aren't your average household name but have been producing phone hardware for a long, long time. Here during CTIA 2012 we got some hands-on time with both of these new phones so check it out after the break.
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.
Sony Hayabusa leaked giving us additional details and even spotted on camera, and now we have one more. This leak though, shows us the low-end and is the previously revealed Sony ST21i Tapioca budget smartphone. It won't be winning any design awards but might be a winner for your wallet.
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 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?