HTC planning to make a ‘unique’ tablet?
HTC entered the tablet market with the beautiful HTC Flyer; however it wasn’t a big hit, same thing happened with HTC JetStream. Now they want to make an entry again in the crowded Android tablet with a ‘unique’ tablet. HTC representative told PC advisor that a tablet will ‘definitely’ arrive, and HTC will make sure it has a unique selling point. Though they are still waiting for the day when something ‘unique’ will hit them.
The Android tablet market is very competitive, and also there are other tablets like the iPad and Microsoft Surface. At the moment, no further information is available related to the specs and release date, but we can make few guesses, right? Its probably confirm that it will run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and there’s a possibility that it will be running on the latest quad-core processor. Also we can expect to see HTC’s famous stylus as well.
One thing HTC should focus on is the price tag. If the price tag is unique like the Nexus 7’s one, then I am sure it will be a great hit, but lets see what HTC is up to. Offering a tablet with mouth-watering specs and a balanced price tag is always a unique and best selling point.
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