Samsung is rumored to work on a 13.3-inch tablet for next year, although details about the product aren’t known at this time.
New reports, but also Samsung’s website, seem to indicate that the ATIV Q may have been canceled. Patent-related issues have been cited for this potential cancelation.
The new Nexus 7 has raised the bar for high-resolution tablet displays, but we’re left a little perplexed by Samsung’s lack of high-resolution tablets. Read on for more!
To keep you in the know, and to avoid the dreaded buyer’s remorse, we’ve made a list of upcoming Android tablets that you have to know about if you want to make an educated decision and buy with confidence. Read on for all the details!
The Samsung ATIV Q dual-booting Android/Windows 8 tablet/laptop is apparently already available for pre-order in Germany. Read on for more details!
Samsung shot down “groundless rumors” about the shuttering of its desktop PC business, spurred by a recent report in Korean media.
A first AnTuTu benchmark for the Samsung ATIV Q is apparently available, showing a score of 54,861 for the Android tablet. Read on for more details!
This week, Facebook asked Samsung for a phone, Snapdragon 800 crushed the benchmarks, new phones arrived from Huawei and HTC, while Samsung impressed us with the Ativ Q.
The Ativ Q is an amazing piece of engineering, but have Android and Windows become best friends, or is this just a cease fire? Read on for more!
The Samsung ATIV Q is official, a dual-booting laptop convertible with Windows 8 notebook powers and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean tablet abilities. Read on for more details.