After it’s been the subject of quite a few leaks and rumors lately, Sprint’s ZTE Flash is now official. The 4.5-incher is however still not up for grabs per se, being listed as “coming soon” by Best Buy and Wirefly.
The Black Friday leaks keep on coming, and we’re now looking at Best Buy’s 2012 Black Friday ad, that has apparently hit the web way ahead than supposed to.
We have just shown you an interesting Black Friday Android deal – that $0.96 Galaxy S3 offer from Sam’s Club – but in order to get it you’ll have to wait for November 23 and walk into a store to secure your unit, as online orders won’t be available.
Best Buy had so much success with its 50% off promotion for the Samsung Galaxy S3 last week that it decided to repeat the special offer one last time.
The 32GB Google Nexus 7 has drummed up interest from tablet buyers who think 16GB is not enough for their storage needs. But even before any official announcement, rumors and leaks of the pricing have sprung up, such as the $249.99 pricing from Office Depot, which was quickly pulled out. This time, it looks like the 32GB variant has landed on some retail stores, and some lucky buyers already have their hands on the tablet for $269.
If you’ve had your eye on the Samsung Galaxy S3, but haven’t yet made the leap to purchase it, today might be the right day. The S3 is part of Best Buy’s Deal of the Day today, selling for 50 percent off, today only.
In case you still haven’t purchased your Galaxy S3 and you’ve missed any of the various deals on Samsung’s 2012 flagship smartphone that we featured here over the past months, then you’re in luck, as another sale day approaches, well ahead of Black Friday.
Just a few days ago we saw Samsung’s brand new Chromebook ultra-affordable models, the $249 Wi-Fi version and the $329 3G laptop. At that time we didn’t have any actual release dates for either model, but it looks like we now have good news for Chrome OS enthusiasts.
The tablet market is going to get a lot more competitive this Christmas holiday season with companies like Apple, Microsoft, Google, Amazon and other OEMs fighting for market share and profits.
It’s been a while since we’ve welcomed a new member to the Android tablet manufacturing club, and, while some of the big boys are backing out from the game, one little guy wants in.