Those of you paying attention to the 7-inch HTC Flyer/EVO View 4G already know that the device recently received its Honeycomb update. Well, word on the street today is that
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
Best Buy has dropped the price of the HTC Flyer all the way down to a super-attractive $99 price point. Currently out of stock on their website, the Android 2.3-powered
U.S. Cellular just announced that they will be bringing three Android-powered HTC devices to their lineup next month in the form of the Wildfire S, Hero S, and Flyer tablet.
HTC has quietly added yet another device to their officially support unlocked bootloaders, this time tossing their Flyer tablet in the mix. The growing list also includes various versions of
If you have been waiting to get your hands on the new HTC Flyer tablet, you can get one step closer today, as Best Buy has opened their pre-ordering for the unit.
A quote from the press release on pricing and details:
While the jury may still be out for some concerning the upcoming HTC Flyer/EVO View 4G and it’s Scribe powered pen, there is some exciting news as HTC has decided
Come on, you’ve got to admit it, giving a 3D presentation for a 3D phone is actually quite cool. We’re talking about the EVO 3D and the EVO View, the
Carrypad.com posted a video this week with a look at the upcoming Android powered HTC Flyer. You know, the tablet that HTC has not been working on. There are some interesting demonstrations of the stylus that is included with the unit, and the palm rejection feature built into it. They also put it up against the Galaxy Tab. The video is talking about the fact that the Flyer is being released in April overseas with Vodaphone.
HTC is providing short, 30-second clips to show off the new devices announced at this year’s Mobile World Congress.
Fierce Wireless today is reporting that HTC’s CEO Peter Chou has confirmed that his company is indeed working on an Android based tablet, despite statements last year from HTC spokesperson Eric Lin saying that, at the time, there were no plans to build a tablet. (a lot can happen in this time, we know, this statement was made last July).