Samsung's regional Polish site inadvertently jumped the gun a few days ago, publishing auser manualfor an unannounced Galaxy Tab 3 Lite to its support pages. Today, the Korean company's press blog has finally caught up and formally introduced its new low-end, 7-inch slate.
ZTE's Projector Hotspotis exactly what its name suggests: a 1080p projector and an LTE hotspot bundled in one highly portable box. Strangely, it even has a 4-inch touchscreen display and Android 4.2 as its operating system, so you could potentially surf the web and send emails from it. The entire package is very compact, measuring only 4.72 x 4.72 x 1.12 inches and weighing in at about 400 grams.
Samsung has just verified that another Galaxy Tab is imminent after it published the user manual for a new Android tablet on its own site. The company's Polish support pagereveals documentation for the SM-T110, which is rumored to be a Wi-Fi variant of Samsung's low-cost Galaxy Tab 3 Lite. According to a local stockist, the Jelly Bean tablet will feature a 7-inch 1024 x 600 display, dual-core 1.
Thus far, ZTE's biggest reach in the US market has been tied to carriers, and the vast majority of its phones are sold as prepaid, white-label devices on the cheap. We rarely see any of the manufacturer's higher-end products on this side of the Pacific, however, and ZTE is ready to change that in time for the holidays with a pair of midrange Android handsets that will be offered unlocked and without the influence of mobile operators.
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Android-toting TV viewers in the UK won't have to worry about what hardware they use tocatch up on their favorite shows. Sky has just launched a newNow TV betathat runs on most devices using Android 4.0 or higher, including tablets like theNexus 7. It also introduces support for the £5 Entertainment Month Pass, which offers 10 live channels that include Comedy Central and Sky1.
ZTEhas announced the pricing and availability of its ZTE Grand S handset, which recently received the 2013 iF International Design Award. Starting this coming Saturday, the handset will go up for pre-order on October 5 for $399.99 through various online retailers, with a shipping date not yet mentioned. With the Grand S comes specs similar to the nubia 5, which wasunveiled earlier this evening.With the ZTE Grand S comes a 5-inch Full HD display covered with scratch-resistant glass. Under the hood, users will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro 1.
ZTE promised and has delivered and now we're getting a quick look at the Grand Memo II LTE . But with a larger than normal phablet size and mid-range hardware specs, ZTE might find this giant smartphone a hard sell in some markets. The Grand Memo II LTE was already teased even before MWC 2014 began, so we're not too surprised how it turned out to be. This smartphone touts a 6-inch screen, 0.
The Sony Xperia E1 is being listed for sale in the UK. Though not expected to be available until March 10, the handset is listed on the Amazon UK site. Pre-orders are now being taken, and keep a pretty impressive price point. If Sony does their diligence and brings this one to the US, it may actually have a chance to challenge the Moto G.
Now thatMobile World Congressis behind us and we've left the sunny Mediterranean to go back to our rainy orsnowy abodes, it's time to reflect on the show that was. We walked through miles and miles of hallways and battled thousands of roller bags and suits to find the show's best and worst.
Sprint this morning announced the ZTE Optik 2, an Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean tablet with a rock bottom price tag. Powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with 1GB RAM, addition details include 8GB storage, a 5-megapixel rear camera, front-facing 2-megapixel camera, and 3G connectivity. The 7-inch ZTE Optik 2 is available through Sprint’s website and business sales and requires a two-year service agreement on a qualified plan. TheZTE Optik 2 can be paired with any of Sprint’s Tablet Connection plans, including a special limited time offer featuring 2GB of data for $15. Additional plans allow for 25MB ($5), 100MB ($10), 3GB ($34.99), 6GB ($49.99) or 12GB ($79.99). The tablet can also operate as amobile hotspot allowing up to five users to connect; an additional fee $19.99 (2GB) or $49.99 (6GB) is required. Sprint
Aio Wireless is getting a few new devices for their lineup. Today they announce three new handsets, including the mid-range kingpin, the Moto G. There is also a Windows Phone, and another Android device, the ZTE Sonata 4G. The ZTE Sonata is being sold in pearly white, which is exclusive to Aio.
Virgin Mobile has announced that it has a new smartphone coming that will work with its Beyond Talk plans starting at only $35 per month. The device is called the ZTE Supreme and it is an Android smartphone. The device runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for the operating system.Under the hood, the smartphone has a dual-core 1.
We mentioned a couple days ago that the Google Nexus 7 2013 tablet would be hitting Verizon Wireless soon . That tablet is now available on the Verizon website. The new tablet has a full HD resolution display and supports the Verizon LTE network. The tablet will be offered in two deals. You can get it for $249.99 if you sign up for a two year data contract.