HTC begins deploying Honeycomb to Flyer tablets

HTC begins deploying Honeycomb to Flyer tablets

HTC today announced that they have started rolling out the Android Honeycomb update to their Flyer tablets.  Speaking from their Facebook page, HTC indicated that the first models to receive the update will be the GSM versions in Europe.  According to the statement, we can also soon expect the Wi-Fi counterpart to see its update in the near future.

Ready for some ‘sweet’ news? The GSM version of the HTC Flyer tablet, available in Europe, is beginning to receive updates to Honeycomb beginning today! Honeycomb brings a ton of improvements to Android on tablets, including the latest version of HTC Sense for Tablet with enhanced Internet browsing, Mail, Calendar and more all optimized for the 7″ screen. Not to be outdone, the WiFi version of the HTC Flyer will receive its Honeycomb update soon, too! Stay tuned for more details.

No word on whether or not this means Sprint’s EVO View 4G will see the Honeycomb update but we cannot imagine it being far behind.  What’s more, we also anticipate the U.S. version of the Wi-Fi tablet to see 3.2 or not.

New lease on life?

How does Honeycomb and Sense for Tablet sound to you?  Worth looking into for yourself or someone you know or are you a purist at heart?

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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