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Unofficial HTC Flyer tablet specs leak

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 25 Jan 2011 15:59 User comments (7)

Unofficial HTC Flyer tablet specs leak HTC's upcoming Flyer tablet has seen its unofficial specs leaked today, although the company has not even announced the tablet yet.
The tablet will have a seven-inch screen, 1024x600 resolution, Android 2.3 (upgradeable to 3.0), a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and LTE support.

Additionally, the device will have a 5MP rear camera, a 1.3MP front side camera, and pre-installed Skype.

The standard camera will have LED flash and facial recognition.

Finally, the tablet will have HDMI-out, DLNA wireless streaming and a USB port.

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7 user comments

125.1.2011 16:33

Will wait for the other one. The 10" one. - Guides written by me. - Join us Live on IRC!

(Kudos to Ripper For The Beautiful Sig!)

225.1.2011 21:41

wow this seems shitty one...
The 10" is what I'm waiting for as well...Not in the rush I'm patient my personal minimum specs is Dual core 1+ghz, 1GB RAM, 8GB internal storage(for apps install only everything else will be cloud anyways), Micro SD(just in case for some media), Very good touch screen(personally i havent seen the difference on the high end phone screen out right now anything like the EVO is enough for me) dlna, wifi only, no Buttons(i love the form factor of XOOM), Price tag lower then $420, Honeycomb ... BTW something like the 220 adreno would be nice but not a must have for me 205 will do to keep it in low price

326.1.2011 9:46

these tablets are not powerful enough for me, i would rather spend the extra cash and get a laptop with a touch twist screen so i can twist and use it as a tablet for photoshop.

Tables are gaming devices for me like for angrybirds hahaha but really there is no power/storage to make any serious use out of it. It is a portable newspaper lol

426.1.2011 13:07

I'm the opposite of Zealousi... I think the power is fine, but I think they need to hit a lower pricepoint.
It seems to me that at this pricepoint it is more feasible to just get a netbook.

They need to get down to $200
The thing doesn't need to be a power system. It just needs to run Honeycomb well.
(Power computing will come from running your main computer in a remote session)

Oh, Im sorry... Did the middle of my sentence interrupt the beginning of yours?

526.1.2011 13:28

for what it is its going to be great but lets be realist I just bought an android 1.6 tablet with skype for 100.00 delivered it has front side cam and apps made for the donut 1.6 can it be better yes will it run video yes not the best but yes can it play music while I do other things yes will it replace a laptop nope is it fine as a reader or email checker yes whos it good for everyone who wants to check stuff on the road with out bring their home system its a drop in the pocket rocket that works just as well as my blackberry storm and I dont have to squint when I look at my email....

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 26 Jan 2011 @ 13:29

626.1.2011 16:19

Thats what I want... but it needs to run 2.2 so that I can use the remote software.
With remote software that tab can do pretty much anything at all.

Oh, Im sorry... Did the middle of my sentence interrupt the beginning of yours?

727.1.2011 9:09

go on ebay type in android tablet 10 scan through them and you will find one with android 2.2 or better just make sure it has 512 onboard ram to drive the video and wifi or vid will be choppy also most will cost around 199.00 and take 22 days from china (slow boat) but nice product....

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