HTC has been known for producing oustanding Android phones but the company made another smart move in its quest to dominate the tablet arena with its own android enabled device during the Mobile World Congress, the HTC Flyer.
Armed with a 1.5 GHz single-core processor, 1 GB RAM, the HTC Flyer has quite a lot of things to boast. It was designed with an aluminum unibody, features 1024 x 600 screen resolution, 32 GB flash storage and runs on Android 2.4 (Gingerbread) upgradeable to Android 3.0. Adding to its great features is the fact that it has an HTC Sense 2.1 custom user interface, a feature that is seen on company’s smart phones.
HTC also thought of the needs of ‘netizens’ when they created this android tablet. The 7 inch gadget supports Adobe Flash, allows multi-window browsing where you can zoom by mere pinching, and features Google Maps, Youtube and a lot more other great applications availabe in the android market. The size makes it portable to carry around with ease and enjoy a full tablet experience right at your finger tips. The Flyer comes with a stylus as well. It’s not just any capacitive stylus, it’s a work of N-Trig, a company that assures precise writing and drawing experience.
Other characteristics of HTC Flyer
Battery Life: HTC Flyer is powered by a 4000mAh battery which can last for about 4 hours when using continuous video playback.
Camera: Photo and video lovers might find this android tablet suitable to their needs. The main shooter has 5 MP while the front-camera, usually for video chats, has 1.3 MP.
OnLine Services: OnLive cloud gaming service, this is one of the features that stands out in HTC Flyer. It comes in an app form which gives you acces to on-line games without having to install anything on your device.
With its good track record, HTC made a good choice in creating their own tablet. Looking at the already existing tablets in the market, HTC Flyer is a good start for a company that is a new in the tablet industry.
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nice tablet… i like it…thanks for sharing
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