Tag "HTC Flyer"
HTC, having failed to make any real impact on tablet sales in the United States, has decided to indefinitely shelve things. Calling their efforts (Flyer, Jestream) a “great learning experience”,
HTC is rumored to dip their toes back into the Android tablet waters as word of a Flyer 2 have started circulating. According to an anonymous PhoneArena source, HTC is
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
After consideration, HTC decides to leave their tablet line with a still-supported Honeycomb experience.
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
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
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
Almost 4 months ago, we told you that T-Mobile USA would be launching the HTC Flyer, which is actually the first ever Android powered tablet manufactured by HTC. No doubt
U.S. Cellular customers can now purchase the HTC Flyer for as low as $399.99 when signing up for a 2-year 5GB data plan. They’re also offering the Flyer for $599.99
Best Buy recently set the tech blogs ablaze with their HTC Flyer price snafu. There was a pricing “error” giving the HTC Flyer a brief $99 price tag and techies
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
HTC Flyer is the first ever Android powered tablet manufactured by HTC and is a very good tablet. The only reason it doesn’t receive much attention is likely due to
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
Back at MWC, HTC officially announced the HTC Flyer, their first Android tablet. The Flyer launched with Gingerbread, despite the fact that most people were expecting Honeycomb. It’s still running on
The HTC Flyer was announced by HTC at Mobile World Congrss and it’s their first ever Android powered tablet. If you live in USA, then you can get it from Sprint