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Tablet PCs at MWC

Starting CES 2011, the year of 2011 was already announced as the year of smartphones and tablets. Soon after the CES, Dell and HP launched tablet computers. The tablet craze actually reached a feverish pitch. Motorola XOOM, HTC Flyer, LG Optimus Pad, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Acer Iconia Tab, HP TouchPad, RIM PlayBook, Sony Xperia Play, Apple iPad, ASUS EePad, ViewSonic ViewPad, and many more were displayed at the MWC exposition. It was Android-based tablets making news at the MWC barring the Blackberry and iPad along with Windows Phone 7.

The whole range of tablets expected in 2011, has introduced new perspectives like the WebOS from HP and the Windows Phone 7 with their collaboration with Nokia. A range of processors and hardware be it NVIDIA or Tegra or QualComm, Snapdragon, Intel Extreme,  AMD, Dual Core processors, Quad Core processors, and a host of new powerful devices, have been introduced.

The Android 3.0 platform – the Honeycomb has been specifically designed with large 7 and 10 inch tablets in mind. Although manufacturers like HTC are using the Gingerbread and other proprietary solutions jointly, to bring about the kind of performance to match the iPads or RIM Pads and probably even better it, the combinations of hardware and OS and performing apps on the same, are going to set the rules in the market.

The MWC 2011 also saw the massive growth of apps, app developers, carriers and operators and a host of related problems like revenue sharing, OS updation, standardization, mobile security, and many more areas. MWC also saw the growth of the WAC – Wholesale Applications Community, a platform to provide opportunities for global developers to create, synchronize and sell applications using standard and open API (Application Programmable Interfaces). This alliance of telecommunication companies is focused towards an open application platform, as also provision of a unified service platform for carriers towards aggregating mobile Internet applications. This will definitely help in better revenue generation and provide an excellent cloud based service experience to all smartphone users. The MWC 2011 has been acclaimed to be a success in such tablet and smartphone related issues.

HTC® Flyer review

HTC, the Taiwan-based electronics company, is in the news again. After their many firsts like the world’s first touch screen smartphone in 2000, the first Android-based smartphone, and a wide range of smartphones from low cost units to high tech units, HTC has announced and released details of their first tablet, that is, the HTC Flyer. At the Mobile World Congress, HTC was given the device manufacturer of the year award.

HTC has always been a fast innovator and improviser, introducing newer and newer products at every stage of their growth, launched their tablet, the cloud computing and gaming-centric HTC Flyer. It once again brings the Stylus to the fore, after almost all players moving from Stylus to touch screen devices over the past 2 to 3 years. Announced as a fast, portable, lightweight tablet, the HTC Flyer takes gaming to a new level with their HTC Sense user interface. The 3D perspective brings the future of tablets to an all time high. The live video call feature adds pep to the product.

The Stylus, the magical pen, allows you to write, paint, draw and even retouch pictures. The HTC Watch in the HTC Flyer brings on-demand viewing, with superb SRS virtual surround sound on the 7-inch 3D screen. The high fidelity sound with the SRS WOW HD is delivered over dual speakers for a rich audio experience. The 720p HD camcorder app brings about a new experience with the unique 7-inch viewfinder allowing classy 5 MP photographs.

The e-book feature and high speed web access on the go make the HTC Flyer, the perfect companion. The SnapBooth feature with the magic pen allow you to make photographs and moments more memorable, where you can change lenses or add effects and even re-touch the photo, name it and add slogans, turning it even into a birthday card on the go.

When it comes to work applications, you have it all, be it e-mails or appointments or syncing the appointment to an e-mail account, or color coded, sorted, e-mails in your inbox, coded by importance or groups or content, the HTC Flyer brings value for money. The Evernote app for text notes or pictures or voice recording with the feature of syncing to secure online server, makes the HTC Flyer your most desired personal organizer. Wireless connectivity allows you to view and edit your office documents to be directly printed via Wi-Fi to a nearby printer in range.

The unique HTC Flyer with the Android 2.4 hybrid is up against the Android 3.0 based Motorola XOOM, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, the ever news breaking iPad and a range of other Android based tablets.

HTC® Flyer 7-inch Tablet runs Android™ GingerBread 2.4

HTC Flyer is a tablet PC featuring the Android 2.4 GingerBread operating system. HTC was given the Device Manufacturer of the Year award at the MWC 2011. The HTC Flyer seven-inch tablet has several interesting features. One point that comes to everybody’s mind is about the technology being used and features being re-introduced, after a long period of time, in the highly competitive tablet PC arena. When there is so much hype going on around on the use of touch screens and multi-touch Feature screens, comes HTC’s decision to re-introduce the Stylus. Re-introducing the Stylus could in fact, be a feature with an absolute edge for the HTC Flyer.

HTC Flyer Tablet

There has also been a lot of discussions by Google, Android Forums and Techies worldwide, on the Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS version being optimized especially for tablets with large screens. The Gingerbread and Froyo operating systems are really not designed for large screens. Is HTC’s decision to go with Android 2.4, a logical decision over the available Honeycomb Android 3.0 OS for their tablets. The Android 2.4 was introduced, replacing the Android 2.3, but keeping the Gingerbread flavor and probably even name. In fact, ViewSonic also plans to introduce a product, a tablet, a large screen unit, around the Android 2.4. In fact, the Android 2.4 features very good performance on Single Core devices, with even Honeycomb Apps, which have been created principally for many Dual Core devices and tablets. In fact, an interesting development is Honeycomb Apps availability for smartphones.

With HTC’s innovative strength, and hybridization capabilities, it is absolutely certain that the HTC Flyer will make waves in the tablet market. With the Stylus, the magic pen, allowing you to paint, draw, retouch pictures and even write in your own handwriting, the HTC Flyer is likely to become popular. The HTC Watch On Demand viewing and the SRS Virtual Sound will definitely make news with blockbuster movies. It has the E-book feature and offers high speed access for YouTube or search engines such as Google. High fidelity sound with the SRS WOW and the 720 pixel HD camcorder app will offer an excellent multimedia experience. The HTC Flyer definitely brings value for money.

HTC® Flyer

This time at the CES 2011, a series of companies announced and some even introduced a range of innovative and inspiring smartphones, tablets, 3D TV systems, gaming devices, etc. Although many players like Motorola, LG, HP, Sony, Apple and others came up with interesting tablets, HTC did not make any announcements of their range of tablets. Now, there are market news leaks announcing the probable entry of HTC in the tablet market, to be launched at the MWC, named the HTC Flyer. Although, late 2010 saw HTC registering HTC Scribe, which could refer to tablets, there is no news of the same yet to be launched. HTC was originally founded as an original design manufacturer and as a contract manufacturer for various ultra-mobile PCs. Their foray into the field of smartphones, tablets etc. has been really commendable.

HTC has an impressive record of achievements in the smartphone arena. HTC was the manufacturer of Nexus One, an innovative smartphone designed and branded by Google. HTC has a range of phones, A series Android phone,  S Series Windows Mobile phones, T series Windows Mobile with touchscreen, P series PDA phones, X series mobile computer and a wide spectrum of devices. HTC’s mastery over the Windows platform seems to be slowly waning out to in favor of the Android platform, with their wide range and achievement in a number of Android devices, notwithstanding the fact that HTC would not give up the Windows platform.
HTC also has an impressive user interface called the HTC Sense, which is based on their earlier developments called Touch Flo and Touch Flo 3D user interfaces. After the CES 2011 the next major event is the Mobile World Congress, which is also one of the major meeting places for mobile technology, cell phone, smartphones, tablet market leaders, and manufacturers. They network to collaborate and display their strengths and also participate in conferences, in line with the mobile world technologies.
The buzz in the market, is that the HTC Flyer which would probably be out before the HTC Scribe would be an Android Gingerbread version, probably a larger version of the HTC Desire and upgradable to the Android 3, which is the Honeycomb OS. There is also news that the HTC might incorporate a dual core processor in the same. We can imagine what the HTC Sense with the Gingerbread or the Honeycomb would do. With so many tablets already announced and the kind of features presented, expectations are high from HTC to perform.

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