Nexus 7 has leaked, and you're going to like the price. It's called the Hisense Sero 7 Pro, from the popular Chinese manufacturer, and has everything and more the Nexus offers but for just $99. Read on for full details on this impressive and well-rounded budget slate.
Nexus Q media streamer was short-lived, and canceled shortly after being revealed at last years Google I/O event. With no word on a replacement at this years show, we're now seeing its successor hit the FCC. A new Google device branded as H840 DEVICE has cleared the FCC this week (product code H2G2-42, an apparent play on The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy) and it has our interest piqued.
Motorola's upcoming smartphone lineup. We've been waiting to see what Motorola and Google cook up together, and today that may have been revealed in an FCC filing. The device is being listed as the Motorola XT1058 with 4G LTE and headed to AT&T. Most likely this is the X-Phone (or XFON) and more details on why can be found below.
Samsung announced the Galaxy Tab 3 a short while back and as of today, it looks like the FCC filing has been discovered. Given we have already seen the announcement, there isn't much new in terms of surprises here. Basically, this filing is showing the Galaxy Tab 3 as being a 7-inch tablet with WiFi for connectivity.
brought rumors of the Sony Xperia Z coming to T-Mobile. At the time the details seemed to be on the up and up. The were reportedly coming from a variety of sources and also included an in-the-wild style image of the handset. We haven't heard much on the topic since, however as of today we now have that little bit of extra evidence.
OUYA game console, however as of today we are seeing something different -- the FCC filing. As the game console has already made its way into the hands of some users, this filing contains already known bits of information. The filing does however contain plenty of images, not to mention, the full user manual for those who feel like they may want to do a bit of browsing.
GALAXY S 4 related FCC filings since the official announcement back on March 14. The first of the filings arrived shortly after the announcement and the others followed more recently. Past filings aside though, it looks like we now have the one that AT&T users will be happy to see. The filing is for the Samsung SGH-i337 and based on the details included, this looks to be the AT&T branded GALAXY S 4.
Samsung GALAXY S 4 is going to be available with a wide variety of carriers in the US market. Given that, we also know that means we will be seeing a wide variety of FCC filings dealing with the GALAXY S 4. These will not give us anything new in terms of a possible release date, however they are a required step and if nothing else -- these filings just mean one less reason for a possible delay.
HP announced the Slate 7 tablet back in February. They were pretty forthcoming in terms of details at the time and offered everything from specs to pricing and even a rough idea of when the tablet will begin shipping. For those who may have missed that earlier news, the HP Slate 7 is expected in April and will arrive priced at $169. The good news today, it looks like that April release is now one step closer to becoming a reality.
Sony Xperia Tablet Z is now one step closer to being released in the US market. We haven't seen a specific release date just yet, however the fact that the device has recently passed by the FCC does imply that a release date is getting closer. That being said, this filing is for the Wi-Fi only model and for better or worse -- does not contain much in terms of surprises.