Is this really the design of HTC’s Android tablet?

Is this really the design of HTC’s Android tablet?

 

Talk about going to the well over and over again. A photo has surfaced which is alleged to be the first look at HTC’s return to the Android tablet space. You’ll have to forgive us as our initial reaction to the image was, “oh no“.

The photo shows a large, squarish form factor that looks like a stretched and pulled HTC One. While it does look to be a legitimate picture, we’re not so sure that the same design of the flagship phone will translate to a tablet.

Let’s hope this is some knock-off tablet maker trying to piggyback off of the HTC form factor. What say you? Do you think this would make for a good tablet design?

via: Pocketdroid

About author

Scott Webster
Scott Webster 6570 posts

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.

You might also like

News and Rumors

Lookout redesigns mobile web experience

It’s even easier than ever to manage your Lookout account from a mobile device.

News and Rumors

Boost Mobile debuts 5.7-inch Boost MAX

The $300 device is the no-contract carrier’s first crack at the so-called phablet form factor Boost Mobile on Tuesday introduced its first plus-sized smartphone, the 5.7-inch Boost MAX. Powered by

News and Rumors

Build and Expand Your ‘Virtual City’ with G5’s Latest Time Management Game

G5 Entertainment has released yet another time management game today with the arrival of Virtual City for Android.  Your city’s only source of income is the transportation network so you’ll

8 Comments

  1. david
    September 09, 14:11 Reply

    Ya gotta be kidding, c’mon Stark, you designed Iron Man suit, help HTC,lol

  2. NuLLnVoiD
    September 09, 14:27 Reply

    Fake image! Look at the lens flares. On the “device” it appears as sunlight. However, when you follow the circle around and off the device, the circle continues on the same plain. There’s no shift of the flare to indicate any change in depth. That leads me to believe that is was added in post production or “PhotoShopped”. Also, HTC has never been shy about branding. If those white bezels were real, HTC would never allow so much unbranded space.

Leave a Reply