HTC will be throwing up the white flag and dropping out of the tablet market -- at least here in the US. The fierce competition from Apple, Amazon, Samsung, and ASUS has made the tablet market a tight one here in the US, and today HTC has decided to pull out and aim their efforts elsewhere.
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$699.99 on contract starting price from AT&T. If that doesn't deter you, the folks at SlashGear have a hands-on and unboxing video for your viewing pleasure.
Honeycomb on the HTC Flyer. What happened is a RUU build of Honeycomb 3.2 with Sense UI for tablets was leaked for the HTC Flyer, a device we still weren't sure would even get the update to Honeycomb in the first place. MoDaCo's Paul O'Brien and many others have been working hard and things are developing already.
exclusive on the new HTC Jetstream tablet. The new tablet will be the first 4G LTE and HSPA+ tablet on the market. The Jetstream will hit AT&T on September 4 and will be the first tablet available in the US that has Android 3.1 Honeycomb onboard. The tablet will be online and in retail stores on the 4th.
HTC Puccini tablet is now showing its face for the camera and we've also learned it will be called the HTC Jetstream over on AT&T. Check out the pictures after the break.
HTC Puccini tablet. This time we now have what appears to be the official name and it will be known as the HTC Jetstream on AT&T. We saw plenty of screenshots at the first of the month but these latest images show the name as well as plenty of AT&T branding.