Tuesday, January 25, 2011

HTC Flyer Android Gingerbread tablet does have its specs leaked out

The Mobile World Congress 2011 is around the corner, and you will bet that numerous interesting devices can get announced then. At least one appears to be HTC’s first Android-powered tablet. To start with rumored to become called HTC Scribe, it's since surfaced that it is actual name will likely be HTC Flyer. Until recently, all we'd was that name and also a projected shipping time period of March in America.

Now, Norwegian site Amobil has brought full specifications from the source, and the've confirmed the next information using a second insider who's experienced with HTC’s plans. It's, therefore, safe to say why these are pretty accurate specifics of HTC’s first tablet.

HTC will, as rumored before, try to ship this product very, quickly, possibly to have it available on the market before its competitors’ offerings. Thus, the Flyer will ship with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, because Android 3.0 Honeycomb probably won’t be finished when HTC’s engineers require the software. The Flyer will ship using a modified version of HTC Sense, supposed to provide the UI an even more “desktop feel”.

The HTC Flyer may have a 7-inch touch screen having a 1024×600 resolution. The processor powering it'll be the Qualcomm MSM8255, exactly the same unit that’s currently in HTC’s Android flagship, the need HD.
The newest tablet should have HSPA support, with speeds up to 14.4 Mb / s for download and 5.76 Mb / s for upload. The Flyer won't be capable of making voice calls. You will see an HDMI connector, along with DLNA certification.

The main camera, within the back, will likely be 5-megapixel with LED flash and facial recognition, as well as secondary camera for video calls is a 1.3-megapixel unit.

The HTC Flyer will obviously be very lightweight, but no hard numbers are known yet. You'll also have a really high capacity battery, but, again, no specific facts are available yet. The Flyer includes a capacitive stylus included.

It'll start shipping in Europe between April. HTC can also get a bigger-screened tablet ready in the better half in this year.

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