Deal: Samsung Galaxy Tab A costs less than $200 at Best Buy

It’s true that the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 is a rather old tablet and probably obsolete hardware-wise, but for less than $200 it might worth a try. Two years after its debut in the United States, the tablet still sells for around $250-$280 outright.

However, Best Buy has decided to make the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 even more appealing. Until the end of the day, the tablet costs just $199.99, so customers would save $80 if they purchase Samsung’s Galaxy Tab slate.

It’s worth noting that the Black color variant is the only one that’s on sale, so don’t try to get the White model unless you don’t …

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 spotted in benchmark listing with Snapdragon 835 CPU

A sequel to Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S3 is already in the works and we might not have to wait too long to see it in stores. Our first report about the Galaxy Tab S4 dates from February, but it was only early this month that we’ve got confirmation that the tablet is real and it’s likely to be unveiled very soon.

Today, we’ve discovered another piece of the puzzle in the form of a benchmark listing that reveals some of the Galaxy Tab S4’s hardware. First off, the slate is listed with model number SM-T835, but since Samsung will launch at least two variants (Wi-Fi only, LTE), we’ll probably find …

Android 8.0 Oreo update rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3

We reported back in February that Samsung started working on Android 8.0 Oreo updates for a few devices, including the Galaxy Tab S3. Well, it looks like it took the South Korean company three months to complete the development of the update and start the rollout.

The first to get the update are Galaxy Tab S3 users in the United Kingdom, but the good news is Samsung offers the update to both versions of the tablet, Wi-Fi and LTE (SM-T820 and SM-T825).

Besides Samsung Experience 9.0 and all the standard Android 8.0 Oreo new features, the update contains the April security patch and …

New certifications for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 hint at upcoming release

Back in February, we covered benchmarks that many believed meant that the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 would be announced at Mobile World Congress 2018. Clearly, that did not happen. However, the device has recently been spotted over at Wi-Fi Alliance for certification. The new information shows Android Oreo on board (no surprise there). There are also rumors that the firmware for both the LTE and Wi-Fi models is in development. The speculation is that it may be announced at IFA 2018. Samsung has announced previous tablets here, such as the Galaxy Tab Active, and this sort of news shows it is …

Samsung cuts the price of the Galaxy Tab S3 tablet by $100

Tablet shipments dropped 3.4% year-over-year during 2017 with Samsung ending the year as the second largest manufacturer of the device. With a market share roughly half that of Apple’s, Samsung is looking to ignite some sales by cutting the price of the Galaxy Tab S3 by $100, or 18%, to $449.99. This is a limited time offer, and by no coincidence it comes right after Apple launched its new low-priced iPad.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 features a 9.7-inch Super AMOLED display carrying a resolution of 1536 x 2048. Under the hood is the Snapdragon 820 chipset, which is equipped with a quad-core …

Snapchat might join the data-sharing party by introducing the "Connected Apps" tab

The privacy controversy surrounding Facebook has made a ton of users opt out of the social media and for a good reason – who would want to have their data leaked and used without permission? You might also agree that this is maybe the worst time for a social media to introduce a data-sharing feature. Not if you’re Snapchat, though.

Apparently, the social media is preparing to launch a “Connected Apps” tab in its Settings page. It will allow you to manage the various apps connected to your Snapchat account. The feature has been spotted in Snapchat’s beta client and we don’t know …

The rugged Samsung Galaxy Tab Active2 goes on sale in the US

The Galaxy Tab Active2 was officially introduced last year, but the rugged slate did not make its debut in the United States until now. The tablet comes in two versions – LTE and Wi-Fi only, but it can only be purchased via Samsung’s IT channels.

It’s also worth mentioning the LTE variant has been confirmed to work on the AT&T and Verizon networks. However, since this is an enterprise product, business customers should contact Samsung for more information if they want to pair the Galaxy Tab Active2 with other US carriers.

Samsung’s rugged slab features MIL-STD 810G certification …

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 soon to get Android 8.0 Oreo

We already know Samsung has started working on Android Oreo updates for a few Galaxy devices, including the Galaxy Tab S3 tablet, but now we’ve got the evidence that confirms the initial reports.

Samsung’s high-end slate has just been spotted at Wi-Fi Alliance running Android 8.0 Oreo, which means the South Korean company is close to making the highly-anticipated update available to the general public.

The Galaxy Tab S3 is part of the second wave of Samsung devices that are supposed to receive Android 8.0 Oreo updates, alongside smartphones like Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge, and Galaxy …

BlackBerry releases new features for Hub, Calendar and Productivity Tab apps

If you’re rocking a BlackBerry smartphone running Android, you’re in for a treat. The Canadian company is updating its dedicated apps in a timely manner, which probably means that software-wise you’ve made a good decision going for an Android-powered BlackBerry phone.

The last batch of updates released by BlackBerry target three apps: Hub, Calendar, and Productivity Tabs. All three are getting various new features and improvements that further improve the user experience.

Firstly, BlackBerry greatly improved Hub’s user interface. You’ll notice that in all BlackBerry’s Hub+ apps there’s …

Lenovo Tab 4 8 Plus hands-on

By now, it seems that the majority of Android-powered tablets released throughout the year have been largely cost-conscious, just because it doesn’t seem as though there is much of a market anymore for high-end, premium ones. Now, if you’re looking for one that manages to strike a balance with its design, specs, and price point, the Lenovo Tab 4 8 Plus might be worth considering.

Yes, the model name can be a little bit confusing, but what we’re dealing here is an 8-inch Android tablet that’s in its 4th generation. Out of the box, the most intriguing thing about the Lenovo Tab 4 8 …