Articles By Erik Pineda
Google’s 2014 flagship smartphone, the Nexus 6, is likely to arrive on the third quarter of the year with the release date possibly falling on August at the earliest or a few months before the Nexus 5 turns one-year old.
Samsung has a new bet that it hopes will topple Apple’s iPad Mini this time – the 8.4-inch Galaxy Tab Pro that the South Korean tech giant has unleashed earlier this February.
Most likely, the iPhone 6 will be previewed without delay and its release date right on schedule as Apple is reportedly awarding the full A8 chip production to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), completely bumping off Samsung from the project.
Motorola has chopped down the Moto X price point by $70 and if recent rumours are to be believed, this could signal an earlier than expected Google Nexus 6 release date this 2014.
The odds of the Nexus 10 2 release date becoming real soon is very low at the moment even as more players appear to be jockeying for every inch and secure the honour of delivering Google’s flagship giant-screen tablet.
Apple is likely to delay the rumoured 13-inch iPad Pro release date this 2014 and to cushion the impact of an extended waiting time, the tech giant is offering a temporary alternative – the iPad 4 re-intro.
The iPhone 6 release date this 2014 is coming very soon and the most solid proof was provided by giant retailer Best Buy – offering huge discounts and other deals on the iPhone 5S, the iPhone 5C and even the iPad Mini.
Apple fans will only see a single iOS tablet refresh this 2014, a new report said, and it will be the second iPad Air. According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-chi Kuo, the third iPad Mini and the bigger iPad Pro are not arriving this year.
The iPhone 6 on release date will surely deliver a bigger screen but still short of becoming a phablet at 4.7-inch, bearing too the same price points seen in the iPhone 5S with considerable bumps in killer specs and features.
As the rumoured April 2014 release date of the Nexus 8 approaches, its predecessor, the Nexus 7, became even more attractive as U.S telco Verizon commence selling the pure Android device for only $250.