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Now is the time for HTC to get back into the tablet market

by: Bogdan PetrovanJuly 21, 2014
HTC may be making a big comeback into the tablet market, if @evleaks’ latest report is to be believed. Here’s why we think it makes a lot of sense for HTC to launch its own-brand tablets this year.
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HTC executives hint at “disruptive” tablet, wearable device

by: Bogdan PetrovanOctober 21, 2013
HTC CEO Peter Chou and chairwoman Cher Wang talked to the Financial Times about the company’s plans for the future, which may include tablets and wearable devices.
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HTC and UEFA ink 3-year partnership deal for smartphones and tablets

by: David GonzalesDecember 12, 2012
The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) has just signed Taiwan-based electronics maker HTC as the official partner for smartphones and tablet computers in a new three-year partnership deal. This covers both the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League.
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HTC could return to manufacturing tablets, but it’s all in the distant future

by: AdrianOctober 10, 2012
With HTC’s financial decline deepening, one might think that this is the perfect time for the Taiwan-based tech manufacturer to reinvent itself and take some risks. Still, the situation is not as dramatic as some want to make it look like, so HTC is determined to go the familiar way for the near future.
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Is HTC preparing a budget-friendly Flyer 2 7-inch Jelly Bean tablet?

by: AdrianSeptember 5, 2012
A 7-inch HTC Flyer 2 aimed at going head-to-head with budget-conscious Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire, but probably with second-edition Fire(s) and the iPad Mini as well, might become reality soon with some rather exciting tech specs.
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HTC looking to build new tablet PCs by end-2012 – DigiTimes

by: J. Angelo RacomaAugust 28, 2012
HTC is reportedly planning to launch a new line of tablet PCs, possibly powered by Android. DigiTimes reports that HTC is reigniting its efforts in the tablet PC business, and is likely to come up with a model for release late 2012.
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‘Unique’ HTC tablet in the works, is it a new Flyer or Jetstream?

by: Chris SmithJuly 12, 2012

Unlike other main players in the Android ecosystem – including Motorola, Samsung and LG – HTC has kept a rather low profile when it comes to Android tablets. The company launched two devices last year, the 7-inch HTC Flyer (branded as the EVO View 4G in the U.S. by Sprint) and the 10-inch HTC Jetstream (an AT&T exclusive 4G LTE device), but neither model managed to successfully compete against the iPad, or any other Android tablet for that matter.

But it appears that HTC is not quite ready to give up the fight in the tablet department. The company has told PC Advisor that it’s working on a new Android tablet, without giving away too many [...]

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Has HTC given up on the tablet market?

by: LucianJune 20, 2012


HTC, like Motorola, was one of the first and only companies to get the Android tablet pricing completely wrong. Both of their tablets started out with a price between $600 and $800, even though HTC’s tablet was only 7″, and it had a single core processor, which doesn’t look like a subtle way of telling their audience why they should pay more for their tablet than the competition.

Why did this happen? Probably because HTC was still inexperienced with building tablets (the HTC Flyer was pretty thick, too), and also because both them and Motorola thought that they can somehow have these “premium” devices that they can get a [...]

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HTC Flyer to Get Android 4.0 Update in the First Quarter

by: LucianJanuary 23, 2012

The HTC Flyer was HTC’s first tablet, which I have to say, although not too bad looking, it didn’t really impress, with perhaps the one exception of promoting the handwriting and drawing features on it. But otherwise it showed how HTC didn’t really understand tablets when they entered the market.

First, it sold for around $600 in most places, and that’s without the $80 stylus. That was one of the biggest mistakes HTC did, because they followed Motorola’s failed pricing strategy of starting with a high price. Both HTC and Motorola should’ve known from the beginning that a tablet that is more expensive than the iPad was not going to [...]

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HTC Flyer Wifi-Only Gets Some Honeycomb Goodness

by: AlexanderJanuary 3, 2012

One of my favorite Android manufacturers, HTC said about a month ago that the HTC Flyer would be getting a Honeycomb update and late last night, early this morning they made good on that promise. All of us with the wifi-only version of the HTC Flyer can now download the Honeycomb update and start experiencing the greatness of Honeycomb.

With the update you’ll get Android 3.2, speed improvements, wallpaper lag is gone, and other goodies that come with Honeycomb. We’ve heard from many people on Twitter that the update makes their Flyer feel like it’s brand new. With it being more smooth then ever, and little to no lag on other features.

Now the [...]

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