We have seen several Sony branded devices being supported under the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) . The Xperia S was supported back in 2012 and a more recent addition was the Xperia Z smartphone .
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Archos has announced the latest addition in their Elements line of tablets. The new model is the Archos 80 Xenon and it will be arriving with an 8-inch display and Jelly Bean. This particular model will not be available for a few weeks time, but Archos has released a full set of specs along with some pricing.
The ASUS Fonepad tablet has been available for a few weeks now, however it looks like an updated model has already been announced. This newly announced model will see some improvements in terms of the amount of internal storage and the processor
Notion Ink has been offering little glimpses and tidbits about its coming tablet called the Adam II for a while now.
An Indian company called AirTyme has unveiled a new Android-powered tablet featuring a seven-inch screen. The tablet has integrated 3G connectivity and allows users to make voice calls. The tablet runs Android 4.1 for the operating system.
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Everyone’s favorite movie and TV streaming service on Android just received a rather sizable update this afternoon that should make a few users happy. While the entire streaming quality debate is still a hot topic for Netflix , they’ve just updated the app with improved features and a few bug fixes. Read on to see what’s new in the latest Netflix for Android.
LG already has a number of gadgets on the market today, and a number of those products use the Android operating system. A rumor has surfaced from Korea hinting that a new tablet is coming from LG in the second half of 2013.
Now that the HTC One smartphone has arrived on multiple carriers and is readily available for users to check out, we’re left wondering when HTC will get back into the tablet game. Last year they swore off Android tablets for the meantime, but today rumors are floating around about an HTC tablet with Windows RT. I’ll pass on that, but what we’d really like to see is the HTC One Tablet.