HTC seems too be wokring very hard to launch its tablet product line ahead the planned launch of RIM’s PlayBook in March and Motorola’s Xoom in April. HTC is planning to launch three tablet PCs this year and the first of them would be the HTC Flyer and it could possibly be announced at the Mobile Word Congress next month. HTC Flyer is just a larger version of HTC Desire thats why it would be released sooner than tablets.
HTC will not wait until the release of Android Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) and launch the Flyer with Android 2.3 and would update it, when Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) is officially released. Other countries would get the HTC Flyer in the second quarter of the year.
HTC Flyer would look like this, only a little larger
As we reported earlier, Irish developer Steven Troughton-Smith has managed to install MeeGo on HTC HD2. At that that we found only some images of MeeGo on HTC HD2. The first video on MeeGo appeared on youtube just yesterday. Well MeeGo 1.1 is a very early build, but it's fres
Just a few days ago MeeGo got installed on Archos Internet Tablet. Today Irish developer Steven Troughton-Smith managed to install MeeGo on HTC HD2. MeeGO is known to run on Nexus One and HTC HD2 is similar to Nexus One in terms of Hardware. It can run Windows Mobile 6.5, Window
In an Interview with mobilebusinessbriefing.com, Peter Chou, CEO and founder of HTC confirmed, that his company would launch its first LTE handset next year and did not rule out the release of a HTC tablet, he he said: “[Customers] may want Windows or Android; or they may w