On-line mobile phone news website BGR has published the exclusive news that Samsung is to be announcing a new Google mobile OS based tablet at MWC in Barcelona – with a retina resolution, similar to that of Apple’s mobile phones.
Canadian email mobile phone manufacturer RIM has announced that another version of the OS is now available for its PlayBook tablet devices, which brings the total number of releases to two – within the same number of weeks,with a major security issue blocked.
Chinese electronics company Ainovo has launched the NOVO7, which is now the first tablet to ship with the Android ’Ice Cream Sandwich‘ 4.0 OS, with a 7-inch touch screen and a cost attached of $99 with $60 shipping charges.
UK consumer technology magazine T3 has learnt that Acer is set to launch a quad core tablet next year, with the CEO of the company confirming the rumour is true.
With Beats audio
American on-line mobile phone news site pocketnow.com has published an image and details of the yet-to-be-announced HTC quad core tablet, known by the codename of Quattro.
Along with new a bespoke Android tablet version
Entertainment giant Sky has announced that it is updating its Sky+ app, which will bring in series link for the very first time on a mobile device.
Along with a Windows 8 tablet
French newspaper Les Echos has carried a piece about the Nokia Lumia 800 launching in France, where the head of Nokia in France has stated a better Lumia handset is on the way.
With the next generation of the OS
Canadian email device maker RIM has made public that the first upcoming BBX operating system based mobile phones may not have a traditional BlackBerry design, but they will still support the core enterprise email features – only on a much larger screen.
Taiwanese computer peripheral manufacturer Asus has unveiled the Eee Pad Transformer Prime tablet, which runs from the recently announced Nvidia Tegra 3 four core CPU with a 12 core graphics processor.