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HTC Flyer tablet spec leak: single-core Snapdragon?

HTC Flyer tablet spec leak: single-core Snapdragon?

Specifications and a render of the HTC Flyer have supposedly leaked, ahead of the 7-inch tablet's expected sales debut in March. According to Amobil, the Flyer will have a 1024 x 600 resolution display - putting it on a par with the Galaxy Tab and run Qualcomm's 1GHz MSM8255 processor as found in the Desire HD.

That would make it a single-core chip, rather than the dual-core processors like the Tegra 2 found in rival slates. Still, the Adreno 205 graphics would apparently be good enough to make an HDMI output worthwhile, and there's supposedly twin cameras: a 1.3-megapixel webcam for video calls over Skype, and a 5-megapixel rear camera with LED flash and face-recognition.

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HTC confirms tablet plans, predicts blockbuster Q1 2011

HTC confirms tablet plans, predicts blockbuster Q1 2011

HTC CEO Peter Chou has confirmed that the company has at least one tablet in the pipeline, telling investors that "we hope the product we eventually unveil will be one that meets consumers' needs." Speaking as part of a financial presentation today, Chou denied that HTC had been left wrong-footed by the iPad and Android-based slates like the Samsung Galaxy Tab, suggesting instead that "it's a new market with many competitors, and we don't want to rush into it."

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Sprint 4G tablet plans confirmed: PlayBook, HTC EVO Shift 4G or something else?

Sprint 4G tablet plans confirmed: PlayBook, HTC EVO Shift 4G or something else?

Sprint has confirmed that a 4G tablet is incoming, with Paget Alves, Sprint's President of Business Markets, telling Forbes that the WiMAX slate is expected to arrive sometime in 2011. Alves declined to confirm the manufacturer responsible for the device, nor indeed the OS that it might run; the carrier currently offers a single (non-4G) model, the Samsung Galaxy Tab, but the exec said there are plans to sell slates based on other platforms than Android.

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HTC Android tablets delayed as Google puts support behind LG and Motorola

HTC Android tablets delayed as Google puts support behind LG and Motorola

LG announced not too long ago that it would be delaying its tablets running Android in order to wait for a more tablet friendly version of the OS to run the tablets. Google says that current Android versions are not tablet friendly, despite other makers using the OS in tablets expected soon. A report from DigiTimes has surfaced that claims HTC's Android tablets are delayed significantly.

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