HTC One Max phablet has surfaced yet again this morning in another round of images as it passes through China's version of the FCC. At this point we've seen plenty of it and just want to know when HTC plans to unveil the smartphone. Yesterday we heard an October 17th release date, but other sources have something a bit sooner on the calendar.
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Amazon just announced their new tablet lineup this evening. Bringing a brand new and seriously improved 7 and 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HDX to the table, which will rival the Google Nexus 7 across the board. Get all the details from our announcement post and hands on, then read on for pricing and availability.
Samsung was planning to introduce and launch a limited edition Galaxy Note 3 next month employing their YOUM flexible display technology. While we can't be certain of the name, a few more reports have surfaced this afternoon reportedly confirming the news, and it could end up being released as the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Active.
Galaxy Note 3 up on stage earlier this month, we've all been waiting to find out exactly when we can get one. AT&T will be shipping the Galaxy Note 3 on October 1st, with T-Mobile following on the second, but now we're hearing Best Buy might beat all US carriers to the punch and offer it unlocked later this week.
Nexus 7 with their G Pad tablet in terms of specs, and if the latest reports are accurate it sounds like they'll do the same with the price. After announcing their first tablet in years, the LG G Pad 8.3 earlier this month with no details on a price, today we're hearing the impressive well-rounded Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean tablet might launch for just $299.
Blackberry's Messenger app for Android to arrive, we might have some good news. After seeing the app finally leak in the wild this morning we're now starting to get tips and details regarding a potential release date. It looks like BBM for Android might finally launch on Friday.
Nexus 5 which leaked on accident, and recent FCC filings have shared all the physical details we need. Now, all we're waiting for is a release date and more 4.4 details, a few of which we'll talk about below.
Moto X smartphone is already available from all major US carriers. Verizon to even T-Mobile (at least online) and now it appears that a few smaller carriers are up next. Some images have appeared showing a fifth carrier, Cricket Wireless, could be next to offer the impressive USA-built smartphone.
Motorola announced their new customizable smartphone, the Moto X, they made sure to mention it would be available from all five major US carriers. While the device will be available in stores from the main four, T-Mobile won't be selling the device direct. Instead, it will be available online only from Motorola.com or reportedly the Google Play Store.