Last week, Samsung posted an official image of the Exynos 9, or should we say the first teaser for the chipset. The top Exynos 9 chipset is expected to find its way onto the Galaxy S8, alongside Snapdragon 835, and we now have more information about the flagship model.
The South Korean tech giant has scheduled a press conference during the Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona later this month, where we unfortunately won't see new premium smartphone lineup, but the flagship Galaxy Tab S3 tablet. The tablet has already leaked numerous times
Xiaomi Pinecone is the alleged name of its first in-house system-on-a-chip that was expected to arrive sometime this month. Thanks to the latest posted image by the company on a Weibo, the chipset will be announced by the end of the month, on February 28.
With almost a week before Mobile World Congress officially starts, new details about Samsung's flagship tablet has leaked online. This time we got a chance to see the manual for the Galaxy Tab S3, which confirms S Pen stylus, design, UX interface and more.
Besides announcement of new flagship Huawei P10 and P10 Plus smartphones, the Chinese company is working on another device called MediaPad T3. The tablet has just been certified by the Chinese telecommunication regulatory TENAA, which revealed its specifications.
Following first rumours that Google is working on expanding its Chrome OS to tablets, more evidence leaked online, confirming the rumours. Google confirmed it is considering support for models with detachable keyboards, and now code commits to the Chromium repository shows the
Back in August 2016, MediaTek took off the wraps from its upcoming flagship chipset. Several months later, and there are still no phones with the Helio X30 chipset on the market. The first phone powered by the chipset is expected to be announced at Mobile World Congress 2017
With Snapdragon 835 out, Qualcomm is now working on expanding its offering to other segments. According to new information, one of the world's most renowned mobile chipset manufacturers plans to announce three new chipsets in its Snapdragon 600 lineup.
Kodak has announced today that it has selected ARCHOS, a pioneer in consumer electronics and a strong pan-European company, as a brand licensee in the European tablet market. The French company will be manufacturing a number of Android tablets, but the announcement did not go
Samsung is due to launch a new flagship tablet at the MWC 2017 and while we have heard a lot about the Galaxy Tab S3, we haven't seen it in leaked images. Contrary to previous rumours, the tablet will only be available with a 9.7-inch display in Wi-Fi, and Wi-Fi+LTE versions.
Among series of new laptops, Lenovo is also preparing another member of its 2-in-1 tablet lineup. If all goes according to plan, the Lenovo Miix 320 hybrid tablet will be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona. Ahead of the introduction, a few details regarding
Just as promised last month, NVIDIA has released Android 7.0 update for the SHIELD Tablet K1. This is a great news and a much worthy move by NVIDIA, since the tablet was originally released back in 2015 with Android 5.0 Lollipop and this is its third major Android update.
Details about Samsung's Galaxy TabPro S2 tablet have leaked due to a filing with the FCC. The device reportedly comes with a 12-inch Super AMOLED Quad HD 2160 x 1440 display, a 3.1 GHz Intel Core i5-7200U processor, 4 GB of RAM, a 128 GB SSD, and a 5070 mAh battery.
Taiwanese chipmaker MediaTek announced a new Helio system-on-chip (SoC) targeted at ultra-thin smartphones with dual cameras. The new Helio P25 is made using the 16nm FinFET process and is 25% more power efficient than the Helio P10. It also has MediaTek Imagiq Image Signal
Lenovo didn't want to wait for Mobile World Congress and has now unveiled a brand new 2-in-1 Android tablet called Yoga A12. Unlike other Yoga tablet, the new 2-in-1 comes with a very affordable price tag, starting at $299 compared to the $499 Yoga Book.
Samsung won't unveil any new phone at the Mobile World Congress later this month, but a new flagship tablet lineup is expected to be announced. Ahead of the event, Galaxy Tab S3 has now leaked online which is allegedly based on the sketch that Samsung provided
At the biggest mobile trade show of the year, Samsung might not show a new phone, but a tablet. With ongoing testing of the Galaxy S8 lineup, to prevent any Note 7-like incident, the company is working on a successor to the flagship Galaxy Tab S2 tablet, which is rumoured to
We haven't heard much about the new iPads, except they are coming this year, but should be an all-new. Some reports suggest Apple will introduce three models, among which is a new 10.5-inch model. Although tablet sales continue to drop, Apple's CEO Tim Cook said
Samsung has sent out an invite for a February 26 media event. Judging by the outline of a device shown on the invite, the company will be introducing a new tablet, possibly the Galaxy Tab S3. Samsung already confirmed the S8 would not be shown at MWC.
Details about Samsung's Galaxy Tab S3 have been leaked by Naver News. The tablet recently passed through the FCC, but that filing didn't include much information about the device. According to the latest report, the Tab S3 will be introduced during MWC 2017.