Articles By Erik Pineda
December is almost halfway and Google remains silent about the rumoured Nexus 10 2 release date, prompting speculations that the 10.1-inch vanilla Android slate will skip the 2013 holiday season altogether.
The 2013 holiday season is upon and those holding out for that momentous Galaxy S4 buy this year may finally give in except that one major hurdle is on the horizon – the fast-approaching Galaxy S5 release date.
The 2014 Samsung flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S5 and the Galaxy Note, will likely show off new display panels that is akin to the Retina screen found on iPhone 5S plus they will be cheaper too, according to new reports.
The Nexus 10 2 release date may not happen this 2013 but thanks to Google, Android tablet fans will have another Nexus to consider in its stead – the 8.3-inch LG G Pad that is now officially a member of the Google Play family.
More evidences are coming out that on its release date the iPhone 6 is a concoction of killer features from the inside and incredible craftsmanship plus durability on the outside.
Samsung must be a in a good mood to rush the Galaxy S5 release date on Q1 2014 – its second 2013 flagship, the Galaxy Note 3, is doing very well as it successfully shipped out some 10 million units in record 60 days.
Snapdragon-maker Qualcomm wasn’t kidding at all when it declared earlier this year that 64-bit computing should be the standard in most 2014 smartphone and tablet line ups.
It is likely that Samsung fans will be getting two versions of the rumoured Galaxy S5 with the separate release date spread out from January through April of 2014.
The Nexus 10 2 release date chatter takes another surprising turn this week as new reports suggest the big-screen tablet from Google will be no more. In its stead, the Nexus 8 will be rolled out soon.
The latest iPhone 6 chatter is not only focused on its rumoured 2014 release date – the blogosphere is busy as well generating the features that Apple fans should anticipate once the first iOS phablet becomes real.