Pinoy Android » HTC Tablet Philippines' First Android Blog and Forum Wed, 26 Feb 2014 03:20:02 +0000 en-US hourly 1 [Rumor]HTC Ville – thinnest smartphone from HTC to date/android-phone/htc-ville-thinnest-smartphone-htc-date/ /android-phone/htc-ville-thinnest-smartphone-htc-date/#comments Sat, 26 Nov 2011 04:05:04 +0000 /?p=2010 HTC Ville Thin android phone [Rumor]HTC Ville   thinnest smartphone from HTC to dateThe HTC Ville is currently the thinnest HTC Android phone according to PocketNow.Com and an official image of the device has been leaked. Aside from being the thinnest HTC phone, this device is rumored to be an Ice Cream Sandwich phone. The processor will be Snapdragon S4 series at 1.5Ghz dual core.

The display is a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED with qHD resolution while the camera is 8-Megapixel with 1080p recording capability.  There are questions in other blogs about the capacitive button. They say that this might not be ICS during the roll out and others also pointed out that even it has buttons (physical) the ICS supports phyical button  just like the Samsung Galaxy S2.

If you compare HTC Ville (reportedly less than 8mm) to some of the thin Android phones and the iPhone here is the result. Motorola Droid RAZER at 7.1mm, Galaxy S2 8.4mm and the iPhone 4S at 9.3mm.

This phone is more likely be HTC’s next crown jewel or ICS flagship from HTC. It will be bundled with Beats technology and Sense 4.0 however no official information coming from the Taiwanese company. Probably we can see this on display at MWC 2012 sometime in February.

Source: via Android Community

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HTC Puccini leaked interface screenshots/android-tablets/htc-puccini-leaked-interface-screenshots/ /android-tablets/htc-puccini-leaked-interface-screenshots/#comments Thu, 11 Aug 2011 15:47:52 +0000 /?p=1445 The HTC Puccini is the anticipated tablet from HTC, though the HTC Flyer is the first tablet from the said company. There are only few details about this HTC Android tablet and recently PocketNow released some screenshot of the HTC Puccini Interface.

The Puccini Interface is the Sense UI and tablet OS is an Android 3.2 Honeycomb and 1.5 dual-core Qualcomm processor. There is a pen icon in the navigation bar that many think that this tablet supports stylus based input – the HTC Scribe. The HTC Scribe is also a feature of the HTC Flyer.

HTC Puccini pocketnow 3 HTC Puccini leaked interface screenshots

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The virtual keyboard is also the same as those of the Flyer but there is a numpad when viewed at landscape.

HTC Puccini pocketnow 5 HTC Puccini leaked interface screenshots

The HTC Puccini will be available via AT&T and in the status it has H+ but most likely there will be a pure 4G version of this tablet. I hope that this tablet will be available outside the United States and with variants like WiFi only or 3G versions just like the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and 8.9.

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What do you think of this tablet? It has Android 3.2 Honeycomb and a dual-core 1.5Ghz processor. Which one will you choose? the Galaxy Tab, Xoom or this Puccini.

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HTC Flyer – HTC’s first Android Tablet/android-news/htc-flyer-htcs-android-tablet/ /android-news/htc-flyer-htcs-android-tablet/#comments Wed, 16 Feb 2011 12:52:17 +0000 /?p=598 HTC flyer pen HTC Flyer   HTCs first Android Tablet

HTC Flyer – HTC’s first Tablet and its powered by Android. Formally announced at Mobile World Congress 2011, HTC Flyer runs on Android 2.4 and 1.5Ghz  single-core processors. Its features are 7-inches display, 5-Megapixel Rear camera, 1.3 Megapixel front camera for video conferencing. It has 1GIG of RAM and 16GIG and 32GIG of internal storage.

It is expected to be available in Q2 of 2011 however the Android pre-installed is Android 2.4 (still Gingerbread) and the Honeycomb update will follow after its release.

HTC Flyer also feature a new HTC Sense UI and the latest HTC Scribe technology which allow you use pen for taking notes, drawing and writing notes.

With its current specs the HTC flyer can not go head to head with Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and  LG G-Slate.  HTC is a little behind with Tablet wars maybe they are giving more focus to Smartphones but who knows HTC might surprise as this coming months.

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