We take a look at some of the most unconventional Android devices of all time, some of which were commercial flops, others that actually ended up taking off in a big way.
Samsung cuts $30 off the Galaxy Tab A 8.0 and 9.7 in the USA
July 2, 2015
Samsung's budget-oriented Tab A series is now available for $30 less than before, assuming you're in the USA and provided that you don't want an S-Pen.
Samsung tablets could have integrated kickstands
June 22, 2015
Two new design patents suggest that Samsung could be working on two different type of integrated kickstands for unspecified upcoming tablets.
Samsung Galaxy Tab E official, packing relatively low-end specs
June 15, 2015
Last week the Samsung Galaxy Tab E leaked, packing relatively low-end specs. Now Samsung has gone and made the device official, at least for the Taiwanese market.
Samsung’s foldable tablet could look like this
June 11, 2015
The Korean Intellectual Property Office just published a design patent that may give us a better idea of what to expect from Samsung’s future foldable devices.
Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.6 leaks
June 10, 2015
Samsung may have another low-end tablet in the works if this leak is to be believed. The Galaxy Tab E 9.6 has small specs but a rather sizable screen.
(Update: visits TENAA, photos added) This is probably Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S2
June 3, 2015
A leaked press render Onleaks seems to give us the world's first look at the Galaxy Tab S2. Added leaks images from TENAA.
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 is $100 off right now
June 2, 2015
We've always been fans of the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4, and now you can put this slightly older tablet in your big back pocket for just $200 from Best Buy.
Samsung’s latest patent describes a dual-booting machine (again)
May 26, 2015
Those who remember (and regret) the sad fate that befell the Ativ Q might be interested in a new patent Samsung has filed with the USPTO.
Samsung Flow beta Android app looks to rival Continuum and Continuity
May 20, 2015
Samsung has released the beta version of their Samsung Flow Android app. Flow allows you to share your workflow between your Samsung tablet, phone and more so you can always use the right device for the task.