Representatives from HTC have stated that the One (M8 Eye), which has a 13 megapixel camera, won’t be coming to Europe, and will likely remain in China and India only.
The Nexus 9 Folio Keyboard and Magic covers are listed on Amazon as well, giving you another way with to get your hands on them, if the price sounds right to you.
A source suggests that HTC will be bringing Android Lollipop to a wide selection of its smartphones in 2015, but MediaTek handsets might miss out.
This week was the closest thing to Christmas we have in the Android World. After a long, long summer, Google finally gave Android L a name (hello, Lollipop!) and launched the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9. Packing new features and a beautiful design language, Lollipop is coming from early November to Nexus devices and the rest of the ecosystem. Meanwhile, the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 impressed with top specifications, though our enthusiasm was dampened by their stingy price tags. The surprise of the event was Nexus Player, an Android TV box made by Asus. While our eyes were firmly on Mountain View, we also got some news on the powerful Droid Turbo and Sony’s US-bound Xperias.
Nexus 9 is now up for pre-order on Amazon, but it will be a few weeks before the device lands on your doorstep. Just to torment you, here’s another hands-on video with the HTC-made tablet.
If a filing in the Bluetooth SIG database is any indication, HTC is already hard at work testing and adapting Lollipop to the One (M8).
The well-connected folks from Vietnamese website Tinhte have got their hands on a beautiful Nexus 9 tablet and some of its accessories and put them through an impromptu photo-shoot.
The Nexus 9 has now been officially announced! Join us as we take a look at the specs, software features and other details.
The latest addition to the Butterfly series is finally here. What does it have to offer? We find out, in this in-depth review of the HTC Butterfly 2!
According to a source close to Google, the Nexus 9 and Nexus 6 will launch tomorrow. Although Google won’t be holding a big launch event, as it is still tweaking Android L.