A new Acer Iconia 10 model has been announced, with the forthcoming tablet set to feature a Quantum Dot display. The device, which has been designed with multimedia in mind, will also include four speakers and a subwoofer.
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Xiaomi has launched the latest in its line of Android tablets, releasing details of the new 7.9-inch device. Set to go on sale imminently, the Xiaomi Mi Pad 3 is made from a metal alloy and runs the company’s own iteration of Android, in the form of MIUI 8.
Huawei is set to follow last year’s Huawei MediaPad M3 with a more affordable line of tablets. The manufacturer is reportedly getting ready to release a range of new slates, designed to appeal to more cost-conscious consumers.
During an earnings call with investors, BlackBerry CEO John Chen gave a strong indication that BlackBerry may release another tablet. Although full details were not given, Chen said the device in question would be Android-based.
From today, anyone in the United Kingdom who pre-orders the black version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 from the company’s website will have to wait an extra week. The tablet was originally scheduled to be released on 31 March, but is now delayed until 7 April.
There is bad news for owners of Android tablets, with official confirmation coming that there are no plans to enable Google Assistant support for slates. With the artificial intelligence system set to become a key component of Android, a gap will therefore open up between smartphones and tablets running the mobile operating system.
Android 7.0 Nougat has started to roll out for NVIDIA’s SHIELD tablets. The hardware manufacturer has a strong history of providing support for its range of slates, which is now set to continue with the most-recent big Android release.
Samsung may have at least one headline-grabbing inclusion to announce when they launch the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 at the end of the month. Reports indicate that not only could the tablet support the S Pen – it will do so out of the box.
Anyone looking out for the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 has had to demonstrate considerable patience. But the wait could finally be over, with Samsung set to focus on its new flagship tablet at Mobile World Congress.
With Nokia returning to the mobile arena in 2017, product launches will not just be limited to smartphones. The company has been open about the fact that it is also planning to release a tablet, and now an 18.4-inch Nokia slate has been spotted running on benchmarking service GFXBench.