Yesterday, we were treated to a few spy shots of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 and today, we get to see a few more pics courtesy of French Android community Frandroid. Posing for the camera, this 8-inch piece of hardware still looks like an oversized phone rather than a mid-sized tablet.
Well that was fast! It was just yesterday that we told you about T-Mobile’s fresh stock of Nexus 4 devices, and already, they’re sold out. At this point, I’m at a loss for words. Obviously there’s a demand for the device, so why the lack of supply?
Samsung Said to be Working on New Pixel Layout in Order to Achieve Mobile Device Resolutions Beyond 440ppiJanuary 23, 2013 | Vincent Messina
Russell Kirsch, credited with creating the first digital image and making the square pixel popular, once said:
“Squares was the logical thing to do.” “Of course, the logical thing was not the only possibility … but we used squares. It was something very foolish that everyone in the world has been suffering from ever since.”
If you’ve been holding out for a Nexus 4, in hopes they would one day return to the Play Store, you might want to consider giving T-Mobile a look. As promised, T-Mobile has been stocking their shelves (both physical and virtual) with Nexus 4 devices and are ready to ship them out to anyone willing to hand over their cash.
If there’s any OEM to keep your eye on this year, it’s Sony. Sony has big plans for Android this year and you can already see the splash their making with the likes of the Xperia Z, and now, the Xperia Tablet Z. Just recently announced, the Xperia Tablet Z is a 10.1-inch Android tablet worthy of a top spot among the best.