Google have been busy lately, but we're all still waiting to see what exactly they've been working on. With the new second-gen Nexus 7 not arriving at Google I/O as expected, we've now been seeing multiple reports on the slate, but still no sighting. After an unknown 7-inch ASUS tablet listed as the K008 with Android 4.3 cleared the Bluetooth SIG last week, today it's passing through the FCC.
Samsung released their WiFi only Galaxy Note 8.0 slate to the market, and now those on AT&T will be able to enjoy it alongside some blazing fast 4G LTE speeds. We saw it hit the FCC so knew it was coming, but this afternoon AT&T has announced the 4G LTE Galaxy Note 8.0 will be exclusively on AT&T later this month.
HTC smartphone codenamed the HTC T6. Previously thought to be a device over 5-inches to replace the HTC Butterfly and DROID DNA, we're now lead to believe this will be called the HTC One Max, and look exactly like the original HTC One.
Sony has a device with every letter in the alphabet they're moving on to additional naming methods. Today we're seeing a pretty random image of what is being reported as the Sony Xperia ZU Phablet. Previously spotted and rumored as the Togari tablet.
in the news as of late. Thanks to a pretty well made knock off device spotted on video at Computex, we're seeing the impressive HTC One design on a massive 6.3-inch device. Rumors have HTC's new device coming in at 5.9-inches, but this is pretty close so take a peek below.
Samsung isn't slowing down with the commercials and ad spots for their products, and in fact, it looks like they've learned that showcasing and highlighting features is the best route. Instead of making fun of the competition (which can be funny) their latest set of commercials shows all the features that daily users can enjoy, and this latest Galaxy Note 8.0 video is a prime example.