Android Overload: Nvidia CEO Hints At $200 Tablet, Galaxy S III Could Have SAMOLED Plus Display and More


You know what time it is. It’s time for the Android Overload. These are all the stories that we’ve gathered up from throughout our day that didn’t manage to find their way to our front page. We put them here as a midnight snack, early morning treat or afternoon delight, so that our readers can catch up on all the comings and goings of Android. Have a look around.

  • The white Motorola RAZR has resurfaced with a March 29th release date through Clove UK. [TalkAndroid]
  • The Samsung Galaxy S Blaze is now available at T-Moble retailers everywhere. [TMoNews]
  • AT&T Galaxy Note only $230 with a 2-year agreement at Fry’s.com.
  • Clarion announces Mirage, an in-dash Android-based car stereo to launch Q4 of this year. [PaulTan]
  • NTIA making 95MHz “prime spectrum” available to wireless carriers. [BGR]
  • LG Optimus L7 leaked for Rogers in Canada. [MobileSyrup]
  • DoubleTwist Player for Android updated to support offline (pinned) Google Music tracks. [Play Store Link]
  • Dell will no longer sell their Venue (or Venue Pro) in the US. Future smartphone plans look sketchy. [Engadget]
  • No Google TV from LG or Samsung in Australia. [SmartHouse]
  • Samsung Galaxy S III could have a Super AMOLED Plus HD display. [Digitimes]
  • Nvidia CEO hints at $200 tablet in New York Times article. Could it be the Nexus tablet? [NYTimes]
Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. So much for that 1080p screen on the s3. 

    1. id rather 720 with better battery than 1080.  I cant even tell the difference between 1080 and 720 on my 32 inch samsung.

      1.  You’ll get 720 and the same battery.

        I’m just saying all the rumored specs that everyone penciled in as almost true we’ll always be lowered. 

        Is it going to get 2gb of RAM?  Probably not even thought it should.

  2. I got my Note for 150 with contract, but still a good deal.  

  3. The power demands for a 1080 screen will be too high…we need more advancements in battery tech badly…we have the chips that can push the math, we now need the power to push the chips

  4. Cmon on guys, 1080p screen is just going to equal worse battery life. The Super AMOLED HD screen is beautiful on the Galaxy Nexus and will be just as good on the Galaxy SIII.

    We need better battery technology right now as lithium ion is just not cutting it. But if you want your phone to last 5 hours, enjoy your 1080p.

  5. I’ll take the 720 and be perfectly happy. 1080p on a 4.7(or so) screen is just for bragging rights. 

  6. the DigiTimes article on Amoled+ for S3… it sounds really weird. Article is dated 28th March and says “Samsung plans to use the AMOLED technology in its next series of models, including the Omnia HD, Galaxy S, Galaxy S2, Galaxy S2 HD, and Galaxy Note LTE.” 

    Omnia? Galaxy S?!? Those are old phones!

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