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Android News – 07 October 2013 – 12:00 GMT / 07:00 EST:
1. 2 Tablets from Lnovo IdeaPad Series Spotted: B6000 and B8000
B6000 and B9000 are two Android tablets, spotted at German retailers. Expected specs for these Lenovo IdeaPad tablets are:
B6000 Specifications: 8 inch WXGA display, 1280X800, Quad Core 1.2 GHz, 1GB of RAM, 15 GB internal memory, 5MP rear camera, Android Jelly Bean 4.2, and 6000mAh battery.
B8000 Specifications: 10 inch WXGA display, 1280X800, Quad Core 1.2 GHz, 1GB of RAM, 15 GB internal memory, 5MP rear camera, Android Jelly Bean 4.2, Bluetooth v4.0, and 9000mAh battery.
These tablets will be available later this month, and the price for the 8inches model is 215 euros, and it rises to 280 euros for the 10 inches device.
2. Samsung Galaxy Round Will Be Announced This Week?
We are all expecting to see the first generation of flexible phones, either by Samsung or LG. But according to the reports, it seems Samsung is going to announce Galaxy Round with a flexible display and other specs like Galaxy Note 3.
3. Brighter Pictures with the New Samsung Camera Module, 8 Times Brighter
What we like about world of rumors and leaked info, is that you can see the technology of next year, today. The new 13MP camera module developed of Samsung with the optical anti-shake function (with the ability to correct an angular error of up to 1.5°) and better performance in low luminance conditions, will result 8x brighter images.
It is expected to see this new camera module, in the next Samsung’s flagships: Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4.