Just a few days ago we received official confirmation from Samsung that an 8-inch Android tablet is in the works and will be unveiled at MWC 2013, the Galaxy Note 8, and soon after that we got the first purported image of the device.
The Galaxy S4 will most likely be one of the Android stars of 2013, but just like with its predecessor we have no idea at this time of year when the handset will be introduced and launched.
The first Nexus 10 was a pretty great tablet. It was good enough to get sold out at the Google Play Store a number of times. Rumor has it Google could be announcing the next generation at MWC this year.
The market for normal outdoorsy smartphones (as in not overly rugged and bulky) seems to have grown a bit lately, so it was only a matter of time until Samsung looked to capitalize on this with a brand new dust and water proof device.
With CES behind us, but MWC already looming on the horizon, the Samsung rumor mill was expected to reboot its grinding any day now. And boy, has it started grinding again!
Android fans all over the world still waiting to purchase the Nexus 4 should better sit down for this particular rumor, as they would certainly not going to like to hear that LG may be shutting down Nexus 4 production.
Huawei is going to introduce its octa-core Cortex-A15 processor in H2 2013. Also, a new super slim phone is planned for Mobile World Congress 2013.
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