All Things Android - Apps, Phones, Tablets - Discussion

Discussion in 'Smartphones and Tablets' started by H.A.L. 9000, Aug 1, 2010.

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    Moto X (2014) camera update: low-light photos remain soft and noisy, but outdoors performance has improved significantly, especially with HDR mode on:

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    Yeah the Google/ASUS one is just a OEM cover/flip case. I think it is a bit basic but I think the 2013 version is a little bit better.

    Does anyone have any suggestions for a replacement tablet for the Nexus 7 2013 version? Our stupid German Shepherd knocked my tablet off the bed onto the floor so its pretty much done. I can still get a new Nexus 7 for 179.99. I don't mind ponying up 399 for the Nexus 9, but is it worth it? Does anyone have it yet?
     
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    Nexus or no, I'd have trouble buying a tablet design that's nearly two years old. If I could buy a new tablet today, it'd be the Dell Venue 8 on a cheap budget (1920x1200 8", microSD, vanilla Android, Atom Z3480, all for $199) or a Nexus 9 on a larger budget (Google Play is currently offering $50 credit for the Play Store with every new Nexus 9). The Venue 8 is just a smokin' good deal. The Nexus 9 has some flaws (back of the case is flexible, screen is good but not great), but with the more square aspect ratio and unbeatable software support going forward, it's a good deal for a net price of $350.
     
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    Ughh, to buy the Kindle HDX 7" 16GB for 90 eur and root it, or to buy the Xperia Z ultra for 250 eur?
    That is the dilemma. I do like the low price of the HDX.
     
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    I'm either buying a Nexus or an iPad. I honestly do want an Android tablet but I have no qualms about buying another iOS product. I'm honestly happy with the 7 and for 179.99 at my local Microcenter, I'm probably just going to buy that.
     
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    Why not a Kindle HDX and root it? It costs $220 for 64GB.
     
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    I'm considering a 10" Android tablet. Honestly I do not want that Nexus 9 (Tegra, build quality issues, poor battery life). Adunno about the Galaxy S Tab 10.5 or the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition. What about the old Nexus 10 with Android 5.0?
     
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