HTC Flyer

Last updated: Jun 22nd, 2011.

The HTC Flyer is the manufacturer's first tablet. It runs Android 2.3 with a custom version of HTC Sense on top that takes advantage of the extra screen real estate the 7 inch display provides. The tablet boasts Scribe technology, allowing you to use a digitizer pen to write and draw within in any application, perfect for note-taking.

Inside is a 1.5GHz single-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 1GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, a 5 megapixel rear camera, a 1.3 megapixel front camera and more.

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HTC Flyer Review

HTC ventured into unknown territories when they introduced their first tablet, and more than the tablet space was foreign to them, so were some of the things they’ve done here (particularly with the Scribe pen). Is there doubt that HTC can produce a premium Android tablet or have they hit a homerun with a great …

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HTC concedes defeat in US tablet space; Samsung, ASUS and Amazon smile

It’s no lie that the Android tablet scene is a tough cookie for OEMs. While Android phones took off with nary a problem, the growth of the tablet side of things has been a little more stagnant. We knew some OEMs were feeling the effects of it, and it appears HTC is the latest. The …
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HTC Flyer Available for $200 from Buy.com

If any of you out there are interested in the HTC Flyer for some reason, you’ll want to check out this deal from Buy.com. They are selling the device for $200, though I should note that this is a refurbished unit. Don’t let that deter you, though, as referbs tend to work quite as well …
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HTC Flyer Getting Android 4.0 This Quarter?

Although the source of this story is from an HTC rep, we’re going to err on the side of caution. A fellow named Bruno spoke with an HTC rep on their site to ask about the HTC Flyer and a upgrade to Android 4.0. The rep told him that we could expect to see it …
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HTC Flyer Getting Honeycomb in Europe, US Update Coming “Very Soon”

The HTC Flyer has been confirmed to be getting Honeycomb for some time now but an actual rollout date was not given. They have confirmed that the upgrade is rolling out to all of Europe from today. Be sure to check your device for the upgrade, though don’t fret if it hasn’t made its way …
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HTC Flyer Now Available for T-Mobile

An FCC filing from June promised that the HTC Flyer would be headed to T-Mobile, but the tablet never surfaced for the magenta network. No in plain sight, anyway. T-Mobile has apparently been offering the Flyer to business customers for the past few weeks, but sales have opened up to all through HTC’s website. T-Mobile’s …
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HTC Flyer Now Available From US Cellular – $400 For 5GB Of Data and 2 Year Agreement

  The HTC Flyer was just made available from US Cellular today. The 7-inch tablet features a 1024×600 resolution display, 1.5GHz single-core Snapdragon processor and 32GB of internal memory and optional HTC Scribe pen that can allows you to take notes, highlight text and annotate screenshots. US Cellular is offering the Flyer $400 with a …
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Best Buy Made a Boo Boo: $99 HTC Flyer Pricing Was a Mistake

According to a memo circulating around to Best Buy employees, the $99 fire-sale pricing of the HTC Flyer we first reported on earlier this morning was a mistake. It seems the price had been erroneously updated in Best Buy’s system, and that the actual price will remain at $300. The memo mentions Best Buy as …
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Best Buy Drops 16GB HTC Flyer to $100

After dropping the price of the HTC Flyer to $300, Best Buy has slashed off a couple hundred more, now offering the 16GB version of the Android slate for a mere $99.99. Of course, Best Buy’s inventory dropped just as quickly and the tablet is currently sold out for those ordering online. Not sure if …
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Confirmed: Best Buy Offering HTC Flyer for $300

Late last week, a rumor emerged suggesting Best Buy would discount the HTC Flyer to $300. We believed this was due to the low-priced Kindle Fire tablet that has already gotten over 100,000 preorders a month and a half from release. It turns out that rumor was true, though, as the device has been spotted …