HTC has updated its upgrade path FAQ page to announce that none of the tablets in its line up will be getting the awaited Android 4.0 update. This includes the Flyer , HTC EVO View 4G for Sprint and the Jetstream on AT&T.
When HTC launched the 3G+WiFi of it’s 7 inch Android tablet in India for Rs.39890 in June this year , we were immensely disappointed about the price tag. It was an impressive tablet with decent battery life. Now if you gave the Flyer a pass for the same reason, good news for you. The price of the tablet has been cut by almost 50%. It has now available for Rs.23900 on Flipkart and Rs.23990 on LeysBuy. Some retailers are still selling it at around Rs.35000. Continue reading “HTC Flyer 32GB , 3G version Price Drops to Rs.23900 !”
Following the announcement of the Amazon Fire , major tablet manufacturers have started dropping prices on their offerings. The latest in this line of price drops is HTC.
The HTC Flyer is one of the best built 7″ tablets in the market right now with the biggest caveat being that it runs the phone centric Android 2.2 with Sense UI. If you’ve been waiting for the tablet optimized Honeycomb OS on your Flyer , you’ll be pleased to know that the first build of the Honeycomb OS for the Flyer has just leaked out.
HTC India hinted that they will be launching the Flyer soon in India during the Sensation launch and now they have finally announced that it’s Android Tablet with HTC Sense is available in India. From the specs , it looks like the 32GB 3G version is going to be available at a price of Rs.39890. Are you going to pick up the Flyer tablet ?
FlipKart has listed the HTC Flyer Android Tablet at Rs.37999 with an Estimated release date of 4th week of June. We wonder if the price mentioned is real or there is a mistake. We wonder how HTC is expecting to sell a WiFi Android tablet for such a price tag especially when a iPad 2 3G retails for a similar price.On looking at the specs , looks like the the model listed is a 32GB WiFi only model. We are not sure if a 16GB WiFi version will be available. Continue reading “HTC Flyer gets a Price tag – Rs.37999 for 32GB WiFi version”
The HTC Flyer will be available for purchase from Best Buy starting from May 22nd. Best Buy will be exclusively launching the Wi-Fi only version of the tablet in the US.
HTC will be launching the HTC Flyer next month officially in UK, USA and some other major countries. We just told you that it will also get Android 3.0, which means more features and fun. Now AsiaOne is reporting that HTC Flyer will be available in Malaysia next month, and the tablet is going for RM2,499 which is almost around $829 USD. It will be available at Maxis Centers on May 12th. Continue reading “HTC Flyer hitting Malaysia next month”
There is finally some news about the HTC Flyer tablet which we saw at MWC 2011. UK retailer Clove says that the 3G version of the Flyer Android tablet might hit stores in mid-April
HTC today announced their first tablet computer and we have an exclusive hands on video here on FoneArena
Check out the nice long 6 minute video which gives you an overview of the device.
HTC just announced the Flyer Tablet here at a press conference at MWC 2011 and here the first live pics from FoneArena. Find photos of the 7 inch Android tablet below. We were not allowed to touch the device and we assume its not quite ready yet but we manged to get a bunch of pics and videos for you Continue reading “HTC Flyer Tablet First Live Pics”
HTC is one of the major phone companies taking part in the MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2011 to be held in Barcelona from 14th to 17th February. The company’s Facebook page states that they are about to announce something big on 14th February.
FoneArena has received a ton of images pointing to upcoming devices from HTC and LG. The images which which are from a inventory system confirm the existence of the the rumored devices such as the HTC Desire 2 , HTC Pyramid and the much anticipated tablet HTC Flyer. Continue reading “Exclusive : HTC Desire 2 , Flyer , Pyramid , LG Optimus 3D, Star Tab show up in inventory”