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Ahead of its release next month, Samsung has revealed the Galaxy Tab A 10.1, its latest Android tablet, featuring a WUXGA display, octa-core Exynos processor, and optional 4G LTE connectivity.
Four months since launch, the Nokia N1 tablet has been launched in Taiwan, only the second country to get the device after China but the company is working on expanding to more markets soon.
The 2013 version of the Nexus 7 tablet from Google, which was one of the popular offerings from the company, has finally been discontinued with no replacement on the radar for now.
Lenovo's two new Android tablets have been priced in the UK, and the prices are very reasonable. The 7-inch model will cost £149, while the 9-inch model will cost £199.
Samsung are to release a new variant of their Galaxy Tab 7.0. Entitled the 'Student Edition', it includes extras and retails for the same price as a standard model.... for some reason.
A new benchmark for a mysterious Google branded tablet seems to confirm rumors of a Nexus tablet coming in the near future, boasting an Nvidia Tegra 3 processor and (maybe) a Jelly Bean OS.