The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 is the middle child in Samsung’s latest iteration of the Galaxy Tab line up and is essentially the Tab 4 7.0 with a slightly larger display just in case 7 inches wasn’t big enough for you. The design is very typical Samsung fare with an all plastic construction and a fake leather texture on the back that we’ve seen since the Note 3. A chrome trim wraps around the perimeter like usual, but they’re much thinner in comparison to what we’ve seen on previous Samsung devices wrapping around only the bezels of the display itself….
Samsung may be the manufacturing king of Android devices, but even this behemoth suffers from the natural fluctuations in the market. How is 2014 looking?
In this week’s Friday Debate we discuss whether tablets are still relevant in a world full of bigger screen smartphones. Be sure to vote in our poll!
We take a look at some potential uses for your old Android smartphone or tablet that’s simply wasting away in your cupboard. Read on for all the details!
Samsung Premiere 2014 will take place at New York’s Madison Square Garden on June 12. The invitation now making the rounds does not mention any devices by name, but the clues it contains leave no doubt that Samsung will introduce its first AMOLED tablets in three years.
Up and coming Chinese company Xiaomi made itself known in the smartphone industry through unconventional sales tactics and low prices, and now it’s setting its sights on the tablet business, with the freshly announced Mi Pad.
The Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 is the smallest and cheapest of Samsung’s latest trio of tablets but it’s packing the same amount of punch in terms of design and specifications. The build quality is very typical Samsung with an all plastic construction and a fake leather back that still feels like plastic. Despite it’s plastic construction it feels very solid and sturdy with a very nice amount of weight. Samsung has also trimmed down their use of chrome on the Galaxy Tab 4 line up making the design look much more aesthetically pleasing. As the name suggests, on the front…
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S Sm-T800 has surfaced in a new set of images found within the device’s FCC filing.
LG might be keeping mum when it comes to the specs found in its upcoming G Pad 7.0, 8.0 and 10.0 — but thankfully new benchmarks give us a better look at the smallest-screened member of the family.
Entegra has now revealed its upcoming Crossfire Pro tablet, which offers modular customization at a level that’s not quite as deep as Ara, but pretty close.