HTC launches new tablet with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS

    HTC launches new tablet with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS


    HTC, a major player in the smartphone segment is rumoured to launch a new tablet device. There has been no official information regarding the pricing and availability of the device for the customers. It is known as per the sources that this new tablet computer is expected to make use of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system. Generally, it is believed that HTC is working on the research and development of this device with a unique feature to increase the marketing potential of this tablet device.

    HTC has proved that its devices stand out from others in the international market. This is evident in their HTC Flyer tablet that was successful by making use of a higher screen resolution compared to other 7 inch tablets that are available in the international tablet market segment. HTC Flyer tablet also arrived with a digital pen that can be used for writing on the screen. But there are also certain similar tablets that have not gone well with the crowd. One among them is the lack HTC Jetstream tablet.

    It seems that HTC is taking special care and gong slow with regard to the pricing of the yet to be released Android 4.1 Jelly bean powered HTC tablet. The main reason for this caution is the difficulty the company faced with the sales of HTC Flyer in the beginning that came with an expensive price tag of Rs. 50,000/-. But later HTC managed to improve the sales of this tablet by reducing the price tag to as lower as Rs.18,000/-.

    It is still not clear about the whether this new android tablet from HTC will be a successor of HTC Flyer or whether it will be designed to compete with the latest generation iPad and Google Nexus 7. The company is tight lipped on releasing details regarding the features and specifications of the device. But with HTC having good reputation among consumers, users can expect advanced features and specifications followed by a unique feature when it will be made available for the users across the world. Let us hope for the best from HTC’s latest android tablet that is still in developmental stages.

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