Mar 01

ZTE’s Latest Nubia Tablet Uses AI For Glasses-Free 3D

  • ZTE took the wraps off its Nubia Pad 3D during MWC 2023. 
  • The tablet is using artificial intelligence enhancements from 3D firm Leia for better face tracking and real-time conversion of 2D media into 3D content.
  • You may have heard of Leia's Lume Pad series of 3D tablets, which appear to be the platform upon which the Nubia Pad 3D was built.
Read More at androidpolice.com
Feb 27

OnePlus' Sleek New Tablet Is Arriving In April

  • Called the OnePlus Pad, the Android 13-based device packs an 11.6-inch 144Hz display with Dolby Vision HDR support into a slender, green metal body and comes with handy extras like 66W fast charging and a 9,510mAh battery.
  • The display has a 7:5 aspect ratio, which is aimed more toward reading books, looking at documents and web browsing.
  • The tablet goes up for preorder in April, although the price has not been revealed yet.
Read More at cnet.com
Feb 24

Apple Skips BOE, Offers iPad OLED Orders To Samsung And LG

  • Samsung has always been Apple’s number one OLED panel supplier.
  • Now, Apple is planning to launch an OLED-equipped iPad sometime next year, and the company has reportedly awarded the contract to make OLED panels to South Korean display giants Samsung Display and LG Display.
  • Chinese firm BOE was excluded from the supply chain, but its exact reason hasn’t been reported yet.
Read More at sammobile.com
Feb 08

OnePlus Teases Its First Android Tablet, OnePlus Pad

  • OnePlus has announced its first Android tablet: the aptly named OnePlus Pad features an 11.61-inch LCD panel (2,800 x 2,000 pixels, 144Hz refresh rate, 10-bit color, 296 PPI) that is billed as the world's first tablet with a 7:5 ratio screen.
  • The panel and cover glass are set in a CNC aluminum unibody with curved edges sporting an 88 percent screen-to-body ratio.
Read More at techspot.com
Jan 31

Foldable iPad Is Coming And Could Arrive In 2024

  • Rumors suggest that Apple will be releasing a foldable iPad with a carbon fiber kickstand in 2024.
  • The new foldable iPad will have a carbon fiber kickstand to make it lighter and more durable, compared to an iPad's Magic Keyboard.
  • The kickstand of the iPad would be manufactured by Chinese firm Anjie Technology, rumors suggest.
Read More at zdnet.com