In celebration of the year's end, Verizon is currently offering a sale on select Android devices including several Samsung tablets, the new Motorola Droid series, the Moto X and the HTC One. Read on to learn more!
Samsung still top Android smartphone maker, but missing target on tablets
A new report by Flurry shows that only 9 percent of Samsung's Android devices are tablets. In comparison, some 28 percent of Apple devices are either an iPad or an iPad mini, and only 72 percent are iPhones.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus gets Android 4.1 Jelly Bean upgrade… in Austria
According to Sam Mobile, the first Android 4.1.2 updates for the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus are already live. A number of Austrian owners of the 3G-enabled version (model number GT-P6200) have reported getting the bump over-the-air.
Alleged Samsung Galaxy S Tab (aka Tab 3 Plus) pics and specs pop up, look questionable
Anyone remember the alleged third-gen Samsung Galaxy Tabs that were furiously making the rumor rounds a while back? They’ve really fallen off the radar lately, making us think they were never real to begin with.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 spotted at GlBenchmark with 1,280 x 800 pix res screen and Android 4.2
Though some of the recent reports involving Samsung’s upcoming line of tablets have been a bit confusing, things are starting to clear up. We’re still not 100% sure how many new slates Sammy will bring to light during Q1 2013, but the Note 8.0, Tab 3 10.1 and Tab 3 Plus seem set in stone.
Blurry Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 photos leak, are they real?
Ever since the end of CES 2013, there hasn’t been a doubt in our minds that Samsung is preparing something special for MWC. Unfortunately, it’s always been and still is awfully hard to be sure of how many special “somethings” Sammy will be presenting in Barcelona.
Is Samsung prepping a new full HD Galaxy Tab for MWC 2013?
We told you yesterday that we might see a device with an 8-inch form factor from Samsung being introduced at MWC 2013. Apparently, it won’t be the only tablet offering that we’ll see from Sammy come February.
Over 50% of U.S. consumers want a tablet this holiday season