This Week in Android: Jun 24th ? 30th Updates

What’d a week in Android lack some sort of Samsung release? Followers of continuity won’t be disappointed today then, with the business’s family of Galaxy Tab 3s getting a United States release date. Broaching fans, those who appreciate Imgur should also be pleased with the news that the image host has introduced an Android app, bringing their service to a native mobile experience on your Android mobile phone.

Let us launch in and have a look around …

Samsung Launches US Galaxy Tab 3 Family

Samsung has handed their Galaxy Tab 3 household a United States launch date of July 7th, with preorders already starting.

The Galaxy Tab 3 household includes the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 for $399, an Intel-powered Android 4.2.2 tablet with a 1280px x 800px screen, 1GB of RAM and both front and rear-facing cameras. Also included is the Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 at $299, with a 1280px x 800px 8-inch screen working on a 1.5 GHz dual-core ‘Exynos’ processor with 1.5 GB of RAM and, once again, front and rear-facing cameras.

The Galaxy Tab 3 10.1

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The Galaxy Tab 3 10.1

Finally, the Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 is an Android tablet with 1024px x 600px screen, 1.2 GHz dual-core ‘Marvell’ processor and both cameras too. The 7.0 model will retail for $199, contending directly with the Google’s Nexus 7.

Imgur Releases Android App

Image host Imgur has actually released an official Android app, following a duration of beta testing. The Imgur app allows individuals to browse the service’s massive library of images, consisting of those associateded with by the Reddit neighborhood, and both upload and manage your own photos.



The app is readily available free of charge from Google Play, although it was an ad-based product at launch. Advertisements have been eliminated after an uproar from the area and you can now delight in a clean look together with Imgur’s new mobile experience.

Sony Announces Xperia Z Ultra

Sony have actually announced the Xperia Z Ultra, a large 6.4-inch gadget sporting a 1080p display. The Xperia Z Ultra is powered by a remarkable 2.2 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor with 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage space (expandable with a microSD slot) and an 8-megapixel shooter. The Xperia Z Ultra runs on Android 4.2.

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The Xperia Z Ultra is remarkably thin, too. It’s thinner than an iPhone 5 at 6.5 mm, although it does evaluate a significant 212g. The mobile phone will be offered across the world in the 3rd quarter in black, purple and white, but prices is not really yet known.

Other Updates

  • The special Google Edition versions of Samsung’s Galaxy S4 and HTC’s HTC One, which run stock Android, have actually lastly been provided to purchase on Google Play, at $599 and $649 respectively.
  • Google Look for Android has been upgraded with new Google Now cards. The up-dates consists of a TELEVISION function which can find live shows on internet-connected Televisions and reveal contextual details about a program. Also added is the capability to play songs with Google Now from a selection of services consisting of Google Play (although this seems to need a Google Songs All Access subscription).
  • Google has announced that it’ll continue to enable paid app sales in the Argentinian Google Play Store, backtracking on a previously-announced plan to eliminate the paid service.
  • Google has included the capability for Google Application clients to withdraw user access to apps at will, rather than wiping an entire app, making Android better appropriate with people who make use of individual gadgets in the venture.

Check in with us next week to see what’s going on with Google and co.

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