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HTC Enters Tablet Arena with 1.5GHz Flyer

Written on February 15, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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HTC is hungry for some tablet blood as it unleashes the Flyer into the tablet jungle. The 7-inch, 1.5GHz is a force to be reckoned with.

HTC has just dropped the bomb in the tablet arena as it unveils its new 7-inch Flyer Android tablet. It’s a force to be reckoned with as the 1.5GHz single-core CPU gives the ‘pow’ in power along with a 1GB of RAM plus 32GB of flash storage and Android Gingerbread 2.4. In addition to the above-mentioned specs, the Flyer has a pressure-sensitive capacitive stylus, which at first made us think that the tablet is named “HTC Scribe” when the name was floating about cyberspace. It turns out that the name is the name of the technology HTC is using which they call a “groundbreaking pen experience.”

The HTC Flyer is set for sail this Q2 2011. Check out the specs after the break!

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Honeycomb, Coming this February?

Written on December 21, 2010 by Adam Eve

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People are asking: Is Android Honeycomb coming this February? If it is, then why are there rumors about Android 2.4 roaming around? Everything will be revealed at the Mobile World Congress next year.

Rumors has it that the next Google OS build, Honeycomb, will be revealed at the Mobile World Congress on February 2011. Furthermore, the Android 3.0 is not really the Honeycomb but Android 2.4 instead. Slated primarily for computer tablets, the Android 2.4 does not make sense if Google’s numbering system is to be considered.

Tablet manufacturers admitted that they will not release Android tablets until Honeycomb is launched. If that will be case, Android 3.0 makes better sense and the version 2.x number system will be locked for smartphone builds. Nevertheless, Gadg will keep you posted for more Honeycomb revelations.

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