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HTC Flyer: The Most Awaited Android Based Tablet Device - 0 views

android tablet HTC puccini honeycomb review Flyer Price
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    With this particular tablet PC, you get an 8 mega pixel camera in the back that sports a dual LED that is considered a true competitor to your Samsung Galaxy 10. 1v. It can be built with the latest Android software which is the 3. 0. 1 version; including the HTC Feeling 3. 0 experience.

    Some specifications with the HTC Puccini Honeycomb

    People both have front together with rear camera's

    You will find there's dual core processor.

    Candy bar form factor.

    They are black in colour.

    Gentle sensor, touch screen and multi-touch.

    Metacafe video, and music person.

    The HTC Puccini Honeycomb is said to be an innovative design that will take over the Android market.
    HTC plans to release 3 Android-powered tablets, very first tablet from the Taiwan-based company will be called the Flyer and will not operate the tablet-optimized Google android 3. 0 Honeycomb, but instead Android 2. 3 until finally Google releases the fresh new operating system later on this year.

    As per HTC, there are very little has altered visually within Android 2. 4. The Flyer may also have a tablet optimized version of Sense UI with Android 2. 4. 4 Gingerbread

    Processor: 1. 5GHz single-core Qualcomm processor

    Memory: 1GB RAM.

    Storage: 2GB associated with built-in storage

    Connection: 3G, Bluetooth 3. 0, Wifi b/g/n

    Camera: 5 MP rear-facing video camera (without flash), some sort of 1. 3 MP front-facing camera

    Style: Slate

    The HTC Flyer is the state-of-the-art tablet demonstrated so far at the MWC, however as is the instance with the many tablets being presented the devil is the pricing detail. HTC is not really sharing the pricing for the Flyer, and regretfully have stated they're just considering the "high-end" with the market.
    Think the stylus has gone the way of this Gizmondo? HTC isn't so sure, and has reinvented it for any tenties, rebranding it as a "Magic Pen" and which makes a key feature of the pocketable, seven-inch Android tablet, the Flyer. If ones handwriting's an illegible scrawl after years of neglecting pen and ink, you may choose to start practicing now.

    Having said that, your fingers are still your primary means of navigating the Flyer since Magic Pen can't use to open apps or scroll internet pages. Its use is that it allows you to scribble notes using apps such as Evernote , which allows you to share your musings together with memos across other gadgets. You can also use it to take screen holds, highlight text and add annotations to documents.

    The Magic Pen can be a very handy addition, particularly for internet marketers and students, but how come there no slot because of it in the Flyer to stop us losing it? The supplied protective casing has hard drive space usage, but that is as few as handsome and adds a little extra bulk.

    There is absolutely no Android Honeycomb on board either. Instead, the non-tablet-optimized Gingerbread is usually augmented with HTC Sense 2. 1, which provides a slick, 3D carousel home screen. Widgets such as Friendstream and Mail have been completely redesigned to fit the screen, but it holds less impressive than Honeycomb, frankly.

    A dualcore processor is in addition notable by its not enough, with HTC opting for a 1. htc android
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