Thinking of buying the HTC One M9? If so, today you got an exceptional chance to grab one and get a special bonus in the form of the Nexus 9 tablet. Within the announced today HTC’s one-day flash sale the company will throw in a free Nexus 9 device to each purchase of its recent flagship. The promo allows you to save 38 percent when you buy the One M9 together with the Nexus 9 for as little as $649. Here’s everything you should know about the deal.
There is more than one way to celebrate an important event. Last week Google opened a new Google Store where you can buy Nexus phones and tablets, Chromebooks and a bunch of other Google-made devices. However, instead of throwing a big party, the company opted for a different way of sharing their happiness with customers. What’s that? You can get $50 Google Play credit with purchase of the Nexus 6, Nexus 9 or Android Wear device.
Together with the launch of the new Nexus 6 on its network, T-Mobile promised its subscribers that an LTE version of the Nexus 9 tablet would go on sale in early December. While no exact date was given, we all assumed that “early” meant the first few days of this month. However, nothing happened within the first week and the most part of the second week of December. Until today when T-Mobile announced the availability of the Google Nexus 9 4G LTE. The tablet is now for sale in carrier’s online store.
Having Christmas upon us, you’ve been probably working hard on your own gift shopping list. If the latest Google Nexus 9 Android tablet is one of the gifts you want to buy for your close ones, we may have a great news for you. Just right now, Amazon cut down the price of this superb tablet and sells it cheaper by $50. What’s more, the holiday promotion refers to all color variants and capacity options. Let’s take a closer look at the deal.
Google Nexus 9 by HTC featuring Android Lollipop goes official, pre-orders start on October 17th, ships November 3
Just as expected, Google has announced today the fervently-awaited Nexus 9 tablet that has been created in partnership with HTC. The tablet is the very first device that operates on Android Lollipop and is said to hit the retailers’ shelves on November 3rd with pre-orders starting on October 17th. The Nexus 9 will be available in three color schemes, two capacity options and an LTE-enabled variant. Feel interested in further details? Let’s take a closer look at the slate.
Due to the fact that Google’s Nexus 10 made by Samsung wasn’t able to win with Apple’s iPads, Google this time has joined its forces with HTC to bring new tablet to the market. The positive aspect of new collaboration is that both companies have at their disposal new technologies to produce more advanced and fashionable devices, as fashion has become a major selling point today. A new effort of the two companies should be visible soon as the new HTC Nexus 9 is rumored to be officially announced on October 16th.
Apparently the Google Nexus 9 has been officially confirmed by a reliable source. Nvidia has published their law documents that are being used in the court fight between the mentioned chip manufacturer, Samsung and Qualcomm. The documents don’t only confirm existence of the forthcoming slate but also unveils that it will be equipped with Nvidia Tegra K1 processor.
Have you ever wondered why manufacturers use codenames? The answer seems pretty obvious – to keep curious folks off sensitive details before a device goes official. However, in this time and day when news travels faster than light, a simple codename is not enough to keep a smartphone or a tablet a secret. How about two codenames for one device? Nope, won’t work either. That’s how we learnt that a certain HTC tablet, which goes by the name Flounder and Volantis, could be the long rumored Nexus 9. Better yet, last week the slate passed Wi-Fi certification.
Leak shows that the Nexus series aren’t dead yet, the Nexus 9 may be the most powerful Google tablet yet
The next Nexus device is a pretty controversial subject, partly because we can’t be sure if it actually exists, at least in plans, or is merely a product of wishful thinking mixed with creativity. One day we are tipped of Android Silver which supposedly will replace the Nexus lineup. The next day all the websites are buzzing with details of the Nexus 9. Based on the latest leaks we are inclined to believe that the Nexus series aren’t dead yet. In fact, if there’s some grain of truth in the rumors, the Nexus 9 may be the most powerful Google tablet released so far.
The Nexus 7 (2013) is almost one year old so it’s the right time to start discussing next-generation model. For a while it was speculated that it could be made by LG; however, following Ken Hong’s claim that the company doesn’t have a Nexus device in its immediate plans, the manufacturer of this year’s edition is still up in the air. At the moment our best bet seems to be HTC and its almost 9-inch slate codenamed Volantis which might be the new Nexus 9 tablet. The device has leaked out in mock-up image and a pretty detailed list of specs, both of which we are happy to share with you.