Nexus 9 LTE Also Got Android 7.0 Nougat Today Weeks After Wi-Fi Models

HTC Nexus 9 4G LTE - Android 7.0 Nougat

The HTC Nexus 9 LTE tablet manufactured for Google finally got the Android 7.0 update today too, with both the factory images and OTA images being available for download from Google’s servers. The Android 7.0.0 NRD90R update for the 4G LTE model is the same update that has been available to the HTC Nexus Wi-Fi model of this tablet for some weeks, but the Wi-Fi model has moved on since … more…

HTC Nexus 9 First Android 7.0 Nougat Tablet

Android 7.0 Tablet

HTC Nexus 9 is in line to be either the first Android 7.0 tablet or one of the first, with possibly Google Pixel C getting the Android 7.0 update at the same time. The announcement comes not from Android, but from wireless carrier Rogers in Canada who after updating their upgrade schedule list yesterday now also included the HTC Nexus 9 on the list, eligible for Android 7.0 Nougat update … more…

Android 6.0 Tablets As Of May 2016

Android 6.0 Tablets

As of the first week of May, only 7.5% of all Android devices actually run Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Android 5.0 Lollipop has a 35% share, while the 4.4 KitKat version has a 32% share, ahead of the smaller percentages of the older Android versions. Finding Android 6.0 tablets or knowing which tablets are next up for a Marshmallow update can be tricky. So here is a list of all Android … more…

HTC Tablet Specs Leaks Via Benchmark

HTC tablets 2016

A new HTC tablet has leaked via GFXbench, with specs indicating a new 7-inch Android from HTC being on the verge of launching soon. The tablet only has the model name HTC IV5001-A assigned to it so far though, so what kind of HTC tablet family it may belong to is unclear. 7-inch HTC tablets were leaked and spotted several times in 2015, between April and June, each time in … more…

HTC Desire T7 (2PMW100) Dual-SIM Phablet?

A new 7-inch Android tablet from HTC have been leaking for quite some time, ususally with the model number “2PMW100.” But now a recent import listing in India have listed twenty HTC Desire T7 tablets or phablets being sent from Taiwan to India for testing. They seem to have been brought in on June 26 but reveal little new in way of specs, other than that it’s specified with a … more…

HTC (H7) 2PMW100 / 110 Tablet Leaks

For the last two weeks there’s been several leaks for a few unoffical upcoming HTC tablets. There are two known HTC tablets expected to launch soon. One is a 8.9-inch HTC T1H tablet said to resemble the HTC Nexus 9, but built for the Asian markets and with a different processor than the Nexus 9. Then there’s a 7-inch HTC tablet that is supposed to be a mid- to low … more…

HTC H7 Tablet Said To Be Budget Device

More leaks. Upleaks said today that they’ve got a whiff of an unofficial HTC H7 tablet that they expect to be a low end budget tablet due for launch in Q2 this year. HTC better hurry then. Related HTC (H7) 2PMW100 / 110 Tablet Leaks HTC only has one tablet on the market at the moment, and that’s the HTC Nexus 9 that Google commissioned HTC to build for them. … more…

HTC Nexus 9 Android 5.1.1 Rollout Announced

Just briefly after we had reported that Google was rolling out Android 5.1.1. to the first Nexus 7, Google announced themselves that the HTC Nexus 9 was ripe for the same update too. Specifically, Google’s Nexus team announced that: “Starting today (May 7), #AndroidLollipop update 5.1.1 will be rolling out to a #Nexus9 near you.” Before posting the image below. The Nexus 9 was the first tablet to feature Android … more…

8.9-Inch HTC T1H Set To Launch In Q2

HTC Nexus 9 2 T1H

The 8.9-inch HTC T1H tablet that have been leaked since last year now looks set to launch in Q2, more specifically in May it is believed. Mind you, HTC still haven’t actually confirmed or unveiled this tablet, so we’ll still have to wait and see about the dates. And that’s not the only thing either, since this tablet currently sounds like it will be launched in China. HTC T1H sounds … more…

Upleaks Makes Claims Of A Nexus 9 Based Tablet Again

Upleaks is once again making claims of a HTC Nexus 9 based tablet from HTC being on the horizon, and that it will be a tablet made for HTC itself, and not for Google. The 1st HTC branded Tablet will be based on the Nexus 9,dimension is almost same。but spec。。。And you won’t see it in Q1 2015。 — @upleaks (@upleaks) February 8, 2015 The same claim was made by Upleaks … more…

Nexus 9 LTE From T-Mobile Launched

NEXUS 9

The Nexus 9 LTE was launched in the US today with T-Mobile being the first carrier in the US to sell it. If you were to buy it without subsidies or a particular wireless plan, it would cost $599. The Wi-Fi model of Google/HTC Nexus 9 that was launched on November 3, have already been cut by $50, so even if the tablet is pretty new to the market, the … more…

Possible HTC Tablets Leaked By Upleaks

HTC launched the Nexus 9 tablet for Google in October, which marked HTC’s return to tablet production. For 18 months though, HTC have been said to test tablets in various forms both Android and Windows tablets. Related: Upleaks Makes Claims Of A Nexus 9 Based Tablet Again For the first time in a long while, a leak from Upleaks on Twitter suggests that there is something definitive on the horizon. … more…

Official HTC Nexus 9 Accessories

Official Nexus 9 keyboard

Nexus 9 was announced on October 15, and the went up for pre-order two days later, on October 17, ahead of the shipping day on November 3. The HTC Nexus 9 that Google commissioned HTC to manufacture became an immediate bestseller, with the black 32GB version becoming the most popular of all of them. But HTC have also created some official Nexus 9 accessories for the tablet, such as a … more…

Video – What’s New In Android 5.0

Android 5.0 tablets

When Google announced their new Nexus 9 tablet alongside both the new Android 5.0 Lollipop as well as a few other Google devices, they did a poor job of explaining both why people should consider the Nexus 9 or what’s new with the Android 5.0 OS. Sure, people will learn eventually, but just a mere blog post from Google announcing these technologies was kind of lazy. The Youtube video for … more…