Android realm is catching up quickly. While we focus on tablets like the Nexus 7, we’re way off base. In fact, we’re not even acknowledging the people’s choice.
Apple when its new iPad models start flowing out.
Speaking to a group of analysts Wednesday meeting, Samsung executive Shin Jong-kyun told the crowd their tablet business was expanding rapidly, and they expected to become the largest supplier of tablet devices in the world.
compared three of the most sought after 10-inch (ish) tablets for us: The Nexus 10, iPad Air, and Kindle Fire HDX 8.9-inch.
gaining ground in the tablet sector, according to a recent study by IDC. Though Apple remains the king of tablets, Android is growing rapidly, and eating into Apple’s dominance. Results from the third quarter of 2013 show overall sales are up, but Apple has leveled off.
ABI Research report, Android tablets are now outselling the iPad. The report points specifically to the second quarter of 2013, noting that "number of Android-powered tablets surpassed iOS-based slates for the first time."
Google has a winner with the new Nexus 7. A growing trend with each new smartphone and tablet as of late is the infamous drop test. Where someone tosses a few phones on the ground at different angles to see how it handles the situation, and if it can withstand an average users drop onto concrete. Well, Square Trade is testing the new Nexus 7 in a drop, slide, and water dunk test vs the competition in a new video.