Have you ever wondered how well are the Android tablets selling?
According to the god father of Android, Andy Rubin , who provided a detail about it, 6 million tablets have been sold at AsiaD yesterday. We had previously heard that only 3.4 million Honeycomb tablets have been sold till now, from developer estimates, previously this month. If these developer estimates were to be precise, that means that a little over half the Android tablets out there, are Honeycomb.
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HTC is one of the leading technology brands in the world which is also one of the fastest growing tech brands. Their sales are increasing every month and they shipped more than 12 million devices in Q2 2011. We all know that HTC is working on a 10-inch Android tablet which will be their first one to run on Google Honeycomb OS, and will also feature HTC Sense UI like we saw on Flyer but it was Gingerbread. It will be a dual-core tablet featuring the HTC Scribe technology we first saw on the Flyer, and AT&T will launch it in USA as their first ever pure 4G LTE tablet or probably HSPA network. Continue reading “HTC Puccini UI images leaked, Honeycomb with Sense UI features”
Motorola India has officially announced that the Indian Motorola Xoom owners will get Android 3.1 Over the Air (OTA) update on 29th July 2011. This Android 3.1 update activates the SD card slot to expand the external memory up to 64GB using MicroSD. Other features include improved multi-tasking, re-sizable widgets and lots more. Continue reading “Motorola XOOM getting Android 3.1 update in India”
We recently told you that HTC is planning to launch their first ever Android 3.0 tablet soon and it will be launched by AT&T in USA. We also got some further details on it and so far the tablet looks quite amazing, it will run on a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor and will also feature HTC Scribe technology, which is liked by a lot of people who are using HTC Flyer. Continue reading “DigiTimes: HTC to start Puccini tablet production in June”
HTC Flyer was announced by HTC at the MWC which is their first ever Android powered tablet and is currently running on Android 2.3.3, which is a big drawback. As Honeycomb tablets are available in the market, people are choosing them over Froyo powered tablets i.e. Samsung Galaxy Tab, HTC Flyer etc. Continue reading “HTC: Flyer will receive Honeycomb shortly after launch”