Vizio 8-inch Android tablet may be coming soon to Walmart, could be one of the better budget Android tablets for this year. The Vizio tablet should work well with existing Vizio TVs and could be great device for Vizio TV owners.
Category Archives: Android Tablet Rumors
Looks like NFS Npad is on the way (we hope), and it’s one of the first devices running Google Android on an Intel platform. Of course, Intel’s CPUs are much more consuming as far as power consumption but it’s definitely true that Intel is already working on tablet-optimized CPUs. We should be able to see these in actual Android tablets within the next 2 or 3 years.
Motorola’s CEO Sanjay Jha has recently announced that they are working on a new Android tablet but won’t be ready until early 2011.
We do have high hopes for Motorola’s Android tablet since they’ve already launched several successful Android smartphones such as the Droid X and Droid 2.
“I will only develop a tablet if it is sufficiently compelling. Hopefully, that is early next year,” Jha said, noting that he doesn’t see the tablet market cannibalizing the smartphone market, but rather he sees tablets serving as extensions of smartphon
Hurray, Samsung Galaxy Tab 4G will be coming to Sprint this November, that means the Galaxy Tab will officially become the first 4G-enabled tablet device in the U.S.
We have heard that Sprint is currently targeting a November release for Samsung’s Galaxy Tab tablet. Pricing for the CDMA device has not yet been disclosed to us. UPDATE: We’re also hearing it is a 3G/4G device!
Hannspree is also working on a 10.1-inch Android tablet loaded with features like Android 2.2 Froyo, Flash Player 10.1, 1080P HD playback, mini HDMI outputs, and a whole lot. This are probably the best specs we’ve seen so far on an Android tablet.
We still don’t know if this will go onto the market but if it does, we have no doubt it will be one of the better Android tablets you can get with performance much better than an iPad for sheezy.
For those of you itching your scalp to get hands on a 3G-enabled Android tablet on a stable network like Verizon, your wishes might just come true as Samsung Galaxy Tab has appeared in Verizon’s inventory database.
We are pretty sure about this and wouldn’t be surprised if Samsung Galaxy Tab is available across all major U.S. carriers as it has been the same case for the Samsung Galaxy S Android smartphones.
Whatever the case, we are excited something is coming soon from Samsung.
Apparently, we have first news on LG’s Android Tablet, it’s going to be called Optimus Pad and will be “superior”, “thinner”, and “lighter” than other Android tablets and iPads.
Looks pretty promising and we can’t wait to get our hands on one, we will have in-depth review of this Android tablet when it surfaces to the market.
Looks like someone has gotten a spy video of the new Samsung Galaxy Tab prototype (without the knowledge of the prototype holder). Watch this video as this guy with the Samsung Galaxy Tab gets heckled, sorta funny as hell.
Electronista today had the opportunity to spy a Samsung Galaxy Tab in live testing in Sydney, Australia. The device, spotted in the hands of an anonymous telco
BestBuy CTO has just “tweeted” some early photos of their RocketFish branded BestBuy Android Tablet.
There’s no actual word on whether Android will be used on the tablet but we have a good gut feeling Android is the choice among tablet makers these days as growth of Android has been overwhelming and we see no reasons why BestBuy would go with something else like a Palm WebOS.
Oh boy, this will be indeed fun, we will be on the lookout for this BestBuy tablet also.
Check out this Malata 10-inch Android Tablet with a 1080P HDMI output. The tablet featured a Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, capacitative multi-touch screen, 1024×600 resolution, upto 32GB of internal memory, microSD slot, and accelerometer.
From the looks of it, it looks very promising, we will probably see even more of these as we go along.