MWC 2011: HTC Flyer tablet review - first look video

HTC Flyer

HTC has marked its first foray into the tablet market with the HTC Flyer.

The seven inch tablet fits neatly in one hand and comes loaded with a new version of HTC Sense, designed specifically for the device.

With a 1.5GHz processor, both touch and pen cabailities and a raft of multimedia and business features - such as TimeMark for business notetaking and audio recording - this tablet could really be a contender.

IT PRO managed to get a first look of the device. To it in action, take a look at the video below.

HTC is launching a number of other smartphone handsets and we will bring you all the news soon.


Processor: Single core 1.5GHz Storage: 32GB Display: Seven inches 1024 x 600 resolution Features: Android 2.3, HTC Sense, 5mp rear camera, 1.3mp front facing camera, HTC Scrive, TimeMark Connectivity: Bluetooth, HPSA, Wi-Fi Dimensions: 122 x 195.4 x 13.2mm (WxDxH) Weight: 420g

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