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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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HTC Android 3.0 tablet tipped for Q1 2011

HTC Android 3.0 tablet tipped for Q1 2011

HTC's event today may be all about smartphones, but the company's simmering tablet plans are also getting some press.  According to DigiTimes' sources at Taiwanese component makers, HTC is ramping up to release an Android tablet - potentially running 3.0 Gingerbread - in Q1 next year.  It's unclear whether this slate is a different model to the unit HTC are said to be preparing for Verizon, which has been tipped to run Google Chrome OS.

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HTC: No Plans for a Tablet Quite Yet

HTC: No Plans for a Tablet Quite Yet

Tablets are all over the place. Of course, it's made worse when a company out there seems to be just making oodles and oodles of money by reigniting a market that, for all intents and purposes, was dead. But, that's not a reason for HTC to jump into the tablet game quite yet. At least, that's what their global PR and online Community Manager, Eric Lin, believes.

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