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Tag Archives: Tablet Market Could Potentially Blend with Minitabs

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  • Although Vitello market is still currently potentially taking off, there are a number of new devices that are coming up that could change the way that people look at the tablet market moving forward. There have been a number of interesting devices that have been released over the course of the last few days including the Samsung Note,  the new  7.7 inch Galaxy Tab, as well as a new flat unlocked iPhone 4. It is clear that the mobile market is looking to get smaller and users are really taking to the idea of smaller mobile devices. So what is next, is it the “minitab” portion of the market just now opening up, or is this just a small fad that will only last a short amount of time."iphone-4"


    Android phones have been particularly flat and larger than all of the other styles of devices. However, others have made it clear that they are looking to go smaller, even Apple reducing the size and offering a flat version of the iPhone which they have never done before."samsung-galaxy-tab"


    Also, with the launch of the smaller version of the Samsung tablets, it is clear that all of the large companies are looking to make a number of changes to the way that they are approaching the mobile market which seems to be firmly dominated by the Apple iPad, it does not look to be heading in a different direction anytime soon.


    The tablet market has been one that is bit of a volatile at times. Devices such as unlocked Motorola Xoom Tablet that look like they’re going to perform well are actually unable to a times, and devices that look as though they are not going to do well at all tend to do better than some think they will. It will be interesting to see if the market starts to head in this direction or if it falls off.




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