Saturday, January 22, 2011

Could possibly a HTC Tablet Launch Beat Motorola, RIM, ipad tablet?

Reports claim that an HTC Android Tablet pc will be launched in the us in March this year. It'll apparently, be an effort to get a lead over Blackberry and Motorola on the market.

The “Flyer”, is a firstly three tablets planned to the first half of the year. It's been described as an “enlarged version” of HTC’s “Desires’ Smart-phone, which runs using Android 2.3 “Gingerbread” as opposed to on Google’s supposedly tablets, optimized Android 3.0 “Honeycomb” os. 2 further tablets might be launched by HTC in June, furnished with “Honeycomb”.

Added reports say, that HTC will co-operate using a telecom carrier in launching the “Flyer”. This may aim at promoting sales, prior to the planned release in March of RIM’s Playbook and also the April launch of Motorola’s Xoom. In accordance with sources, users are able to upgrade the OS to  Android os 3.0 “Honeycomb” after the “Flyer” is in the marketplace.

If these reports are valid, then HTC includes a strategy in looking to begin a “first-move” market advantage, using a sub-optimal Android tablet. Carriers will then have to be relied on by users, for the sending of an “over-the-air” OS update for their devices. This can mean that Google “Honeycomb” just isn't developed sufficiently for the release in March.

It's anticipated, which the Android tablets of Motorola Xoom on “Honeycomb” and RIM Blackberry Playbook on “Proprietary QNX” are due during the early 2011. The “Flyer” does it is considered, be available in other markets, with the second quarter on this year.  

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