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Specs of Samsung's Upcoming 10.5-Inch AMOLED Tablet Leaked

SamMobile obtained exclusive information on the specs of Samsung's upcoming 10.5-inch AMOLED tablet. It will come in Wi-Fi and LTE models.

Samsung Unveils Trio of Galaxy Tab 4 Tablets, Global Availability from Q2

Samsung today announced a trio of new Android tablets under the Galaxy Tab 4 branding. They are the Galaxy Tab 4 (7.0), (8.0) and (10.1) and will be available globally from Q2.

Report: Worldwide Market for Tablets Expected to Grow by 38.6% in 2014

According to Gartner, the worldwide market for tablets is expected to grow by 38.6%, with an estimated 2.7 billion units that will be shipped by the end of this year. This is due to strong demand for such devices in emerging markets, outside of North America.

Microsoft Surface 2 Tablet to be Available from March 14 Onwards

Microsoft's new Surface 2 tablet, which runs Windows RT 8.1, will be available locally from March 14 onwards in both 32GB and 64GB flavors.

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro (12.2-Inch Display) Available in Singapore from February 22

Samsung today announced that the Galaxy Note Pro (12.2-inch Display) with LTE will be available in Singapore from February 22. The Wi-Fi model will be launched a week later on March 1.

Huawei Teases New Mobile Devices at MWC 2014, Trolls Apple and Samsung in Video

Huawei released an amusing teaser video on its upcoming mobile devices at Mobile World Congress 2014 and also takes a pot shot at its rivals, Apple and Samsung.

Brace Yourself - More Samsung Phablets and Tablets Coming This Year

Samsung executive director Hyunjoon Kim told analysts during a conference call that the company is planning to release more phablets and higher resolution tablets this year.

Samsung Unveils Galaxy Tab 3 Lite (7-Inch), the Fourth Member of the Galaxy Tab 3 Family

Samsung today announced the fourth member of the Galaxy Tab 3 family, the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite (7-inch). It will be available globally in white and black models.

Acer Knows Why it Failed, but Fails to Give Details on Future Plans

In his first press conference as Acer's new CEO, Jason did not provide specifics as to the future of the company and instead dwelt on reasons why the company failed.

Blackberry Says it Will Focus on Devices with Hardware Keyboards

Blackberry's new CEO John Chen has said that the company's new products will "predominantly" have physical keyboards.