There are already many new gadgets unveiled since 2013 began, but for the tech enthusiasts, this is just the beginning. 2013 promises to be a treat for the tech consumer as many more devices are expected to release in the coming few months. But should you go for a smartphone like the upcoming Google Nexus 5, or should you opt for a tablet like the Apple iPad 5, or should you go for a tablet which could also offer calling facility like the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3?
Google Nexus 5: While the Nexus smartphone has been known to be Google’s flagship offering, this year’s Nexus 5 may lose that tag. With the success of the Nexus 4, Google may be looking at offering the Nexus 5 as a smaller, cheaper smartphone to the price-conscious consumer. To keep the costs low, the Nexus 5 could feature a 4.5-inch 720p display and extremely thin bezels. But yes, in all other aspects, it will be just as powerful as other popular smartphones. The Nexus 5 is expected to have a quad-core 1.5 GHz Snapdragon 600 processor and a powerful camera, in addition to a 2,800 mAh battery. But to make the phone a true success, let’s hope this time, the phone’s supply remains steady and it doesn’t sellout too soon.
Apple iPad 5: The thinner, lighter, faster successor to the iPad 4 could feature a 9.7-inch display with a new and improved Apple A6X processor. There’s a lot of speculation that the new iPad could look a lot like the iPad Mini and have almost no bezels on the sides of the screen. We’re also hoping that the iPad 5 could support wireless charging and come with a new touchscreen technology that can help Apple make the device thinner and lighter.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3: According to the latest rumors, this device could be called the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Plus and feature either a 10.1-inch or an 11.6-inch Super AMOLED HD screen. Given that this could be a premium tablet, its resolution could be extremely high. We’ve also heard that it could be powered by Samsung’s latest 8-core Exynos 5 processor.
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