At a media event in New Delhi, Honor rolled out the 5C, a budget phone with a metal-backed design and impressive hardware. The vendor also launched the T1 7.0, a 7-inch affordable tablet with a WSVGA resolution (1024 x 600), a 1.2GHz quad-core Spreadtrum SC7731G processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB internal memory, microSD slot, 3G, and a 4100mAh battery. The pièce de résistance? The T1 7.0 runs EMUI 3.0 out of the box, which is based on Android 4.4.2 KitKat.
Samsung has launched the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 2016 in its home market, with the tablet available in Wi-Fi and LTE-enabled variants. The Wi-Fi-only model will retail for 359,000 won ($310), whereas the LTE version will debut at 399,000 won ($345). The tablet will make its way to Europe, where the Wi-Fi model will sell for €289 and the LTE variant for €349.
Looking for an awesome case or sleeve for your Pixel C? We can help.
Google's Pixel C is a versatile and powerful tablet with a large, amazing display. And as such, you'll want to protect your investment by slipping it into some kind of case or sleeve. Here are the ones we like.
If you're looking for a case for your Pixel C backed by a lifetime warranty, the IVSO Ultra-Slim case may be for you.
Made with a synthetic leather exterior and a soft microfiber interior, this case is perfect for protecting your Pixel C from scratches, dust, and light drops.
It's also slim and lightweight — it won't bulk up your device — and it comes in five colors: black, blue, green, red, and white. You're sure to find one that you like.
Its magnetic closure is easy to open and close and keeps your tablet securely in place. It also has a stand so that you can prop it up to watch videos or, if you purchased the keyboard, type in comfort.
OK, this technically isn't a case. It's a keyboard. OK, it's a keyboard case. It's a keyboard case that can protect your Pixel C while not in use. The case itself is made of full-grain leather. And while it's closed, the keyboard will charge itself, so you don't have to worry about it ever dying on you.
If you're also interested in getting a keyboard for your tablet, the Pixel C Folio Keyboard provides a good value.
The Amzer Universal Portfolio Case offers solid protection for your Pixel C.
It has protective padding that's wrapped in a vegan leather exterior and soft microfiber interior for a rich-looking style that doesn't skimp on protection. More importantly, its corners are reinforced, so your tablet is protected around its most vulnerable points.
Offering multiple positions for finding the most comfortable viewing or typing positions, this case becomes an easel so that you can watch movies or type to your heart's content without getting a crick in your neck or carpal tunnel.
If you want a vegan-friendly case that's versatile and looks amazing, this may be the case for you.
Vostrostone's KuGi Pixel C Case is as protective as it is nice to look at.
It's made with a synthetic leather exterior and a microfiber interior, so that your Pixel C is protected from scratches inside and out. Additionally, it comes in five colors — black, blue, green, red, and white — pick the one that you like best.
The front cover folds in an Origami style so that it can double as a stand. Be aware, however, that the Pixel C keyboard will not fit in this case together with the Pixel C itself.
If you don't use the Pixel C keyboard and you want an attractive, yet protective case, the KuGi Pixel C case may be for you.
There are no cases for tech quite as beautiful and well-made as those by Waterfield Designs. Its iteration for the Pixel C is no exception.
Protecting your Pixel C from drops, dust, and scratches, this case is composed of neoprene padding sheathed in either ballistic nylon with perforated nylon trim or tan waxed canvas with grizzly leather trim. It can be used alone as a sleeve or placed inside another bag.
It comes with either a simple or a suspension strap and can be worn vertically or horizontally — the choice is yours.
In addition, it features an angled back pocket where you can store papers, pens, or even your phone.
If you're looking for an attractive, well-made case for your Pixel C, you can't go wrong with this one.
Available in black, brown, and red, the ProCase Pixel C Sleeve is made of a synthetic leather outer and a microfiber interior. It's slim and lightweight, yet offers good protection from scratches and dust.
Fitted with a magnetic closure, you won't have to fumble around trying to open or close it, yet your tablet will remain safely inside once it's locked in. There's also an opening for the charging port, so you don't have to take your Pixel C out to charge it.
It has a back pocket, too, for storing other things, such as paper, business cards, or other tech. More importantly, it has enough space inside to fit the Pixel C Keyboard.
If you're looking for a cheaper, elegant option for protecting your Pixel C and accessories, look no further than ProCase.
AT&T's LG G Pad X 10.1 has started receiving the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update. The OTA update — coming in at 869MB — increments the kernel version to 3.4.0, the build number to MRA58K, and the software version to V93020f.
A titan in the accessories market, we'd be remiss if we didn't mention Logitech's Type-S keyboard for your Galaxy Tab S2.
The Type-S is incredibly portable, thanks to its thin design. You can also go roughly 6 months without recharging its battery, so you just have to worry about keeping your Tab S2 topped up daily. The handy auto on/off feature ensures that you're never wasting power.
Your tablet easily snaps into the Type-S, which has magnets to keep the cover closed and to create the stand. Like most keyboards, this one connects via Bluetooth.
If you're looking for lightweight protection for your Tab S2 with a wide-set keyboard that makes typing easy, then give the Logitech Type-S a whirl.
Fintie's keyboard cover features a removable keyboard that integrates via magnets, so if you're wanting to protect your Tab S2 but feel like a little less bulk, you can take it out. That being said, the Blade X1 adds minimal girth to your tablet even with the keyboard in place.
If, for some strange reason, you happen to be far away from your tablet, the keyboard will work up to 10 meters away.
This particular keyboard cover also adds a touch of style to your Tab S2, thanks to its textured PU leather cover that comes in eight different colors from vibrant robin's egg blue to a toned-down purple.
The stand is adjustable, so you can change the angle of your tablet on the fly to suit your comfort. If you're looking for a customizable case option that can change with your daily needs, then Fintie has you covered (pun intended).
KuGi's well-reviewed case features a detachable keyboard and gives you up to 90 hours of uninterrupted work time, so you can enjoy having to charge this one maybe once a week, if not less.
This is another PU leather case, but with a softer finish giving your Tab S2 a refined and sleek look, while keeping it well-protected.
This is also an excellent option if you're on a budget, since you can find it for around $30. This is a sophisticated-looking case the functions well and protects your Tab S2 from bumps and dings, while leaving the necessary ports, buttons, and the camera available for quick and easy use.
Samsung has launched another inexpensive mid-range tablet in the Canadian market to satisfy the lingering demand for portable content consumption on screens larger than the average smartphone.
The Galaxy Tab E 8" LTE is equipped with an 8-inch 1280x800 pixel LCD display, a 1.3Ghz quad-core processor, 1.5GB of RAM, 16GB internal storage (expandable with microSD), and a 5,000mAh battery, plus LTE connectivity through an unlocked nano-SIM slot.
There's a lot happening at Computex 2016, so check it all out here!
Computex is Asia's biggest and more important annual technology trade show, and this year it has started with a number of great announcements from ASUS, Intel, Qualcomm, MediaTek, ARM, and more. Looking for everything in one place? Let's get started.
Update: This article was last updated May 31, 2016.
LG has launched the latest iteration in its budget tablet series, the G Pad III 8.0. The tablet now features an 8-inch Full HD (1920 x 1200) TFT display, and is powered by a 1.5GHz octa-core CPU. There's 2GB of RAM on offer, 32GB internal memory, and a microSD slot that can accommodate cards up to 2TB.
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Samsung has launched the Galaxy Tab Iris in India, a budget slate targeted for use by the government and businesses in the country. The highlight of the tablet is the iris scanner, which provides biometric authentication that's certified for use with the government's Aadhar, STQC, and UIDAI programs.