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Kyocera "Gaming Tablet" Shows Up Online, Not Much Known Right Now

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Coming from Android Community is what you see above. This is reportedly a tablet from Kyocera and it's said to be a "gaming tablet" if that makes any sense to you. Specs are unknown right now but from the picture above it looks like the back of the tablet has a black "rubbery matte" feel. I doubt this one's PlayStation Certified but at least you'll be able to play Angry Birds on it.


Acer Iconia Tab A100 Hits Amazon UK For £300, Available April 20th

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Amazon UK has listed a new tablet on their own website. It's the 7-inch Acer Iconia A100 tablet that runs Android "Honeycomb" and it looks like it'll be available on April 20th for £300 ($483 USD) which is a pretty good price. The A100 features a dual-core Tegra 2 chipset, 8GB of internal storage, WiFi / Bluetooth support, and dual cameras so it's actually a capable tablet. Check it out on Amazon UK.


Sony's CEO Confirms Their "Honeycomb" Tablet Will Launch In the Summer

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According to Bloomberg, Sony has mentioned something that's worth listening to. Apparently, the CEO, Howard Stringer, has mentioned that their first Android 3.0 "Honeycomb" tablet will be launching before the end of Summer so that's definitely great news. Furthermore, the tablet looks like it'll hit US first which is a pretty big deal for Sony. Now, it's unknown what kind of tablet they'll be releasing but it could be the PlayStation Certified "S1" tablet which should house a Tegra 2 chipset and a unique design. We'll just have to wait and see what Sony has up their sleeve.


Samsung M380 Hits the FCC With Sprint's iDEN

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Coming from Phone Scoop is word that a new iDEN phone from Samsung has been spotted. This one's looking like the M380 and it actually has iDEN capabilities for Sprint's network which is interesting. The M380 is said to feature a touchscreen display, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, Bluetooth support, and a microSD card slot. WiFi appears to be absent on this model so that's kind of upsetting. Looks like it'll be a basic messaging phone. Check it out at the FCC.


Sony CEO Says Next iPhone Will Have 8MP Camera, Next-Gen iPod Nano Case Has Camera Hole

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Two interesting pieces of news surfaced over the weekend and they're regarding Apple. The first one is just a brief statement that Sony's CEO, Howard Stringer, made. Apparently, he mentioned that Sony will be taking over OmniVision as Apple's camera supplier for the next iPhone model. Of course, this could mean that the next iPhone could sport a pretty awesome 8MP rear-facing camera.

The other piece of news is actually what you see above - coming from Apple.pro. That's not just a random green case. This is reportedly the next-gen Apple iPod Nano case and, yes, that hole could mean that a camera will be present. Yes, a camera is a great addition but it'll be pretty awkward if this is the only device you carry around with you that can take a [bad] photo.

Sony's CEO Says the Next iPhone Will Have An 8MP Camera: Apple Insider
Possible Next-Gen iPod Nano Case Leaks, Has Camera Hole: 9 to 5 Mac

Bell and Virgin Mobile In Canada Release the HTC Incredible S

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Bell and Virgin Mobile in Canada have released a pretty great Android 2.2 powered smartphone and it's the HTC Incredible S. It's available on both carriers right now for just about $100 on a 3-year contract and around $500 contract-free. The Incredible S features a 4-inch WVGA display, an 8MP camera with a dual-LED flash and 720p HD video recording, a 1GHz CPU, a microSD card slot (8GB pre-installed), WiFi / Bluetooth support, and a front-facing 1.3MP camera. Check it out on Bell and Virgin.

Bell Releases the HTC Incredible S: Mobile Syrup
Telus Releases the HTC Incredible S: Mobile Syrup