HTC Flyer on sale in UK, no longer costs an arm and a leg

HTC Flyer on sale in UK, no longer costs an arm and a leg

When the HTC Flyer was launched in the UK, it was priced at £599, which was pretty pricey.But now, UK online retailer Dixon is offering the device (the WiFi version) for just £199. The WiFi version is currently running Android 2.3, but hopefully it will receive the Honeycomb update, as its 3G brother did.

So are any of our readers across the pond planning on grabbing a Flyer now that they’re not as expensive? Tell us about it in the comments below!

Source Android Central

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3 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    December 27, 14:30 Reply

    This is nearer the price point, most were expecting for a tablet, that natively only came with Gingerbread. Face Palm HTC

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