HTC Flyer in 7-inch tablet market, sadly for HTC, the thunder was still in the hands of Amazon’s Kindle Fire for sure.
it will likely roll out a new tablet that according to HTC itself, it’s gonna be “unique”.
Not to mention, HTC also stated that the tablet itself would be coming in the UK and would likely come with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean pre-installed.
If looking at the current situation that is happening in Android tablet market, then this HTC’s unique tablet is expected will be priced not far from competitors like Google Nexus 7, Samsung GALAXY Tab and of course, Kindle Fire, which is around $200 - $300.
However, many also believe that this HTC’s new tablet could also be priced in mid-end or high-end price range, considering that this tablet will use 10.1 inch screen, not the 7-inch screen. Allegedly, the tablet will be HTC Jetstream, the one that was expected by many people to arrive as the successor of HTC Flyer.
So if you’re one of the biggest fans of HTC and already in love with the HTC Sense UI, then you might want to check out the tablet creation from this company as well. Who knows, it’s gonna have mind-blowing specs, much more brilliant design like HTC One series and the price will be cheap just like Google Nexus 7 or Kindle Fire. So be sure to stick around to this blog to get more info about this new tablet.
Anyway, just curious, if indeed this HTC’s new unique tablet launches in the near future, would you be interested to buy it?
HTC Will Stop Producing QWERTY Smartphone in the Future
Apparently, the popularity of Blackberry QWERTY design is starting to fade away in the recent trend of smartphones, although there is still a bunch of loyal fans for this kind of cell phone. It’s clearly shown by Research in Motion’s willingness to start focusing in making full touch Blackberry smartphones without the appearance of its pride QWERTY keypad. Besides RIM, one other manufacturer who also thinks that the Blackberry QWERTY design is not that hot anymore and
outdated to be implemented on the latest smartphones is HTC.
At the even that had been held recently in the US, HTC, through its design team representative,
has declared that HTC will stop producing QWERTY keypad smartphones a la Blackberry in the future. Of course, the decision made some of HTC’s users a bit disappointed because besides really active in producing full touchscreen smartphones to the market, every year, this company has a routine culture to release some QWERTY keypad cell phones as well.
The main reason that brought HTC to make that decision was because HTC felt that its QWERTY cell phones didn’t get a warm welcome in the market. So it’s pretty clear now that HTC is now targeting the touchscreen smartphone market and will focus collecting share only in this market.
So for those of you who are looking for QWERTY keypad cell phone, be sure to not expecting it from HTC.