HTC isn’t satisfied to offer just the HTC Flyer where tablets are concerned for the year, but word has come out that the Taiwanese company has plans to introduce at least two more tablet models that are powered by Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb – sometime in the middle of 2011, of course. Judging by this, we’re not too sure whether HTC is waiting upon Google to roll out the Honeycomb source code, or will HTC instead decide to take the road less traveled and start working on a series of widgets and apps which are able to run on top of Honeycomb. The latter solution has already been taken by Samsung, as Google might take some time to release their operating system source code – at least where Honeycomb is concerned. At least HTC is going to maintain the Flyer brand with these two tablets – consistency is always good in helping consumers remember a particular device.
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