Along the way, HTC never sell a 7-inch tablet and a 10-inch Android-based named Flyer and Jestream. But in fact failed. Now they try their luck again in the tablet market.
It’s not the Taiwanese vendors are putting it, but from the research institute NPD DisplaySearch. According to them, HTC is currently working on a tablet with the embedded operating system Windows 8 Pro or Windows RT.
Quoted from Phone Arena, Monday (04/01/2013), NPD DisplaySearch claims tablet will be sized 10.1 inch buataan LG Display. While carrying the 1920×1080 pixel resolution with 218 ppi density.
But it is not known, whether the tablet Windows 8 will carry the stylus as that of the two previous versions.
Some have claimed that the HTC tablet with Windows 8 will soon be done by Pegatron in the near future. Although both HTC and Microsoft are equally reluctant to talk about the speculation.
This is not the first time we heard that Samsung is preparing the successor to the Galaxy S III. This time, the issue that blows mention that the South Korean vendor will release the Samsung Galaxy S IV in April 2013.
Slashgear, Monday (03/12/2012) SamMobile reported citing reports that the device dubbed the ‘Project A’ will be released in April next year with a 5-inch screen berdisplay 1080p, quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and a 13 megapixel camera.
The same source also added that Samsung plans to release a cheaper version of the Galaxy Note II in Europe with specifications such as cut from the original version without the stylus and minus AMOLED display.
Last February, Bakrie Connectivity (BConnect) hit the market with the release of a cheap Android phone could have a function not only telephony, voice and SMS, but also a modem and a portable Wi-Fi hotspots.
Released under the banner of the AHA (affordable hyper-speed access), AHAtouch IDEOS C8150 come with the Android platform 2.2 or Froyo with capacitive touch screen (no stylus).
“If other Android phones operate on GSM networks, AHAtouch be the only Android phone technology EVDO Rev. A speed of up to 3.1 Mbps in Indonesia now,” says Erik Meijer, principal director of PT Bakrie Connectivity