According to SammyMobile, Vice Chairman and CEO, Oh-Hyun Kwon, ran the rule over its roadmap at the Samsung Analyst Day in Korea on Wednesday and highlighted that ‘curved’ – like the one featuring on the Galaxy Round – and ‘bended’ screens will come to market over the next year.
Fold-able displays are then expected to arrive in 2016 through to 2017.
Of course, innovation like this doesn’t come without obstacles and this is something Samsung has even recognized.
The firm said at the event that there were numerous “technical challenges”, which presumably could entail also trying to make foldable processors and [...]
The tablets, with starting prices from $299 to $350, include Dell's Venue 8 Pro, Toshiba's Encore and Asustek's Transformer Book T100.
These new Windows 8.1 tablets are lighter and thinner than the initial batch of Windows 8 tablets that started shipping last year.
Coming a bit later are more expensive and more powerful tablets like the Surface Pro 2 based on Intel's fourth-generation Core processors code-named Haswell that will be positioned more as true notebook replacements.
Citing sources in the supply chain, Digitimes reports that Intel will ship a small number of sample Cherry Trail processors to vendors in late 2013, and goes onto claim that the chipmaker could reveal more details on the new system-on-chip (SoC) at Computex 2014.
But Intel, the world’s largest chipmaker, will also be turning its gaze to the smartphone market with sources convinced that the firm will announce the 22nm Merrifield SoC in late 2013, followed by the Moorefield and Morganfield designs in the first quarter of 2015.
Merrifield is expected to offer a performance boost of around 50% and a longer battery life when compared against Intel’s current [...]
Speaking on his first quarterly earnings call on Wednesday, Krzanich stressed that Intel is now watching out for the “next big thing”, after coming late to the tablet party.
"We've not always lived up to the standard we've set for ourselves," said Krzanich, in comments reported by The Verge and other tech publications.
However, despite Intel’s late move in the mobility space, Krzanich is confident that consumers will be able to get their hands on seriously cheap Bay Trail-powered tablets, for “$199 and below” as the year wears on.
"Some you'll see even lower — $150, and below that, as we go through [...]
Other indications that a new Nexus 7 is coming include Android Central’s post of a photo showing an inventory screen for a retail store that includes several models of “Nexus 2″ tablets.
They’re all listed as having quad-core processors, and the 16GB model has a $229 price tag while a 32GB model is listed at $269.
Engadget also received a few shots of documents from OfficeMax about a “new Google Nexus 7″ which is built by Asus and which will have 32GB of storage and sell for $269.99.