HP have officially entered the Android tablet game. We heard rumors it was coming, and now it's confirmed. Today HP has announced a new 7-inch Android tablet that they hope will take on the Nexus 7, and other budget friendly slates. With mid-range specs and a low price can this dual-core lower resolution tablet compete for $169? Read on for all the details.
Tagged: MWC 2013
Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 is finally official. Samsung just revealed their new daring 8-inch tablet, and we have all the details. Live in Barcelona for MWC we've already got our paws all over it. We'd rather not call this a phablet, but this truly is because its got full phone and voice features included. We might not get the phone model in the US, at least not initially, but read on for all the details.
Samsung's booth. The Galaxy Note 8.0 looks like its going to be the focal point at Samsung's booth this year, seeing as they're not planning on announcing the Samsung Galaxy S IV until the middle of March, where they'll be holding their own press event.
MWC "Teaser I" come from ASUS and as of today it looks like part two has dropped. This latest teaser video is once again taking place in Spain and once again suggesting a device that will be both a tablet and phone. The interesting part here, it seems ASUS has decided to let Christopher Columbus do the talking this time around.
ASUS has posted the first of what appears to be a series of Mobile World Congress teaser videos. This video has been dubbed the ASUS MWC 2013 Teaser I and is throwing around phrases like "ultimate craftsmanship" and "metallic miracle." While the video is on the shorter side and doesn't directly answer any questions as to what we can expect to see, ASUS has said that this will be "when the Pad and Phone come together" and that we should watch as they unleash the "next mobile transformation."
Optimus L Series II and Optimus G Pro details from LG, it looks like they have dropped another Mobile World Congress teaser. This teaser arrives in video format and has been posted on the official YouTube channel for LG. The video reveals hints of four series of phones -- the F, G, L and V-series.
LG are brewing up another slew of Android smartphones to release this year, and they've been teasing as many as 4 smartphones to be announced at Mobile World Congress. While we already have a pretty good idea of what to expect, some new images have leaked of one of their more budget-oriented smartphones. Read on for full details.
LG apparently has something exciting in the works for Mobile world Congress. Or maybe more accurately, judging from the level of teasing, we hope they have something exciting because if not, there could be some backlash. In the past few days we have seen an image teaser and a video teaser. The image appeared first and came with the promise of a "new series" of mobile phones with an “unexpected distinction.”
LG Mobile dropped a little teaser on their official Facebook page yesterday. That teaser was in image and text form and was throwing around some fancy sounding terms such as a "new series" of mobile phones that would be arriving with an "unexpected distinction." And well, it looks like LG has since released a Mobile World Congress teaser video as follow-up.