Latest HTC tablet news

HTC is working on a new tablet 'based' on the Nexus 9

HTC is working on a new tablet 'based' on the Nexus 9

By Elyse Betters

HTC is trying its luck at tablets again.According to Upleaks, HTC is working on an HTC-brand tablet that will be "based" on the Nexus 9. It's supposed to have nearly the same dimensions, for instance, though the specifications might be different.The Nexus... Read more

HTC Nexus X tablet shown with 192-core Nvidia 64-bit Tegra K1 processor

HTC Nexus X tablet shown with 192-core Nvidia 64-bit Tegra K1 processor

By Luke Edwards

The new Nexus X tablet, made by HTC, has leaked showing its 64-bit Nvidia Tegra K1 innards.The tablets appeared on a CPU-Z report running the Tegra K1 Denver at 2.5GHz. The chip was previously rumoured to appear on HTC's Nexus tablet. This processor is... Read more

Meet Volantis, HTC's potential 9-inch Nexus tablet

Meet Volantis, HTC's potential 9-inch Nexus tablet

By Luke Edwards

HTC may soon unveil a Nexus tablet called Volantis, or Flounder, according to a source of Android Police.The HTC Volantis should feature an 8.9-inch screen with a 2048 x 1440 resolution for 281ppi. It'll be powered by an Nvidia Logan 64-bit Tegra K1 processor... Read more

Has the HTC Nexus 8 been leaked by Google?

Has the HTC Nexus 8 been leaked by Google?

By Rik Henderson

Google has used a lead picture on its official Google I/O webpage that has some speculating that the company may have teased the next Nexus device.The image shows a tablet being used with Google's Chrome experimentation game Racer and although it seems... Read more

HTC emerges as possible manufacturer behind Google Nexus 8 (Flounder)

HTC emerges as possible manufacturer behind Google Nexus 8 (Flounder)

By Rik Henderson

HTC is rumoured to be the, perhaps unlikely, manufacturer of Google's next tablet device, the much-anticipated Nexus 8.A previous Chrome bug report cited a "Flounder" codename for the device many speculate as being the sequel to the Nexus 7. It appeared... Read more

HTC Nexus tablet with high-end specs to release later this year, says latest rumour

HTC Nexus tablet with high-end specs to release later this year, says latest rumour

By Elyse Betters

HTC will release a high-end Nexus tablet in the third quarter of 2014, according to a report by The Commercial Times.The publication, which didn't cite any sources, said HTC had won the rights to create a Nexus tablet with premium specs. And that's about... Read more

HTC's future plans: Wearable devices and tablets a possibility, tease execs

HTC's future plans: Wearable devices and tablets a possibility, tease execs

By Elyse Betters

While some companies are notoriously mum about future plans and roadmaps, HTC doesn't have as much to lose and seems eager to tease the world about what it is or isn't cooking up behind closed doors.In a joint interview with The Financial Times, Peter... Read more

HTC One Max 5.9-inch 1080p phablet reportedly coming in September

HTC One Max 5.9-inch 1080p phablet reportedly coming in September

By Rik Henderson

The HTC One mini has been grabbing all the headlines, with an expected July street date to be announcement soon. Now more has been revealed on the rumoured HTC One Max, a larger, phablet-style flagship phone from the Taiwanese manufacturer, designed... Read more

HTC reportedly ditches 12-inch Windows 8 tablet plans, will press on with 7-inch

HTC reportedly ditches 12-inch Windows 8 tablet plans, will press on with 7-inch

By Rik Henderson

HTC has allegedly scrapped plans to release a larger screen Windows 8/Windows RT tablet this year because there has been "weak demand" for such a product. However, it is said to be pressing on with the manufacture of a 7-inch Windows RT device.News service... Read more

HTC rumoured to be entering Windows tablet market, with 7-inch and 12-inch models

HTC rumoured to be entering Windows tablet market, with 7-inch and 12-inch models

By Rik Henderson

Reports are emerging that HTC is to further its partnership with Microsoft beyond mobile phones. A source claims that the Taiwanese manufacturer will launch two Windows RT tablets in the new year - one 7-inch, one 12-inch.In addition, the same source... Read more

HTC Flyer 2 tablet could be real after detailed specs emerge

HTC Flyer 2 tablet could be real after detailed specs emerge

By Danny Brogan

Details of a new HTC Flyer 2 have emerged suggesting the Taiwanese manufacturer is gearing up to take on the likes of the Google Nexus 7, with a possible unveil on 19 September.As with the original, the HTC Flyer 2 will run Android, but reports claim... Read more

Mysterious HTC tablet leaked complete with iMac style design

Mysterious HTC tablet leaked complete with iMac style design

By Stuart Miles

Pictures of an unannounced HTC tablet have turned up in the internet, suggesting the company could be about to re-enter the tablet market with a new device based on the design ethos of its One series announced in February this year.The images, which... Read more

HTC Flyer price slashed to £200, PlayBook just £169

HTC Flyer price slashed to £200, PlayBook just £169

By Stuart Miles

Didn't fancy paying £479.99 for the HTC Flyer, HTC's 7-inch pen-touting Android tablet, when it first launched in May? Well now you don't have to thanks to Dixons.The online gadget store is selling the 16GB Wi-Fi HTC Flyer for £199.99 as the price of... Read more

HTC Flyer Honeycomb update arrives

HTC Flyer Honeycomb update arrives

By Stuart Miles

HTC has confirmed, via Facebook, that it is rolling out the much waited Honeycomb update for its tablet; the HTC Flyer.“Ready for some ‘sweet’ news? The GSM/3G version of the HTC Flyer tablet, available here in the UK, is beginning to receive updates... Read more

HTC quad-core tablet possible for early 2012

HTC quad-core tablet possible for early 2012

By Ben Crompton

Reports have come out that HTC will be launching a powerful quad-core tablet early next year (2012), and if true, will hopefully use high-spec to entice customers to its wares.The news comes out of Digitimes, who reports that along with the new tablet,... Read more

HTC JetStream: The 10-inch HTC Honeycomb tablet hits AT&T

HTC JetStream: The 10-inch HTC Honeycomb tablet hits AT&T

By Stuart Miles

HTC has just announced the HTC Jetstream, a 10.1-inch Honeycomb-powered tablet in the US exclusive to AT&T. The new model, available on Monday 4 September, is the company’s first 10.1-inch tablet and comes after months of rumours.The tablet features... Read more

10-inch HTC tablet spy shots come with AT&T and 4G branding

10-inch HTC tablet spy shots come with AT&T and 4G branding

By Stuart Miles

According to rumours, we’ve known for some time that HTC is developing a 10-inch Honeycomb powered tablet codenamed the HTC Puccini; and now it seems we have proof, thanks to some spy shots that have turned up online. An anonymous Engadget reader has... Read more

HTC Flyer available now on Three in the UK

HTC Flyer available now on Three in the UK

By Libby Plummer

The HTC Flyer is now available to order online from Three and will be in Three stores in the UK on 20 May. Despite a new Three catalogue spilling the beans last week, the official rate on a monthly contract has been officially confirmed as £30.99, rather... Read more

HTC Puccini: More details for the 10-inch tablet

HTC Puccini: More details for the 10-inch tablet

By Paul Lamkin

We heard a whisper of its existence earlier this month and now a rumoured spec sheet has hit the web. Ladies and gentleman, we're talking HTC tablets and there's not a Flyer in sight - it's all about the HTC Puccini.The Puccini (codename, of course) is... Read more

HTC Flyer: Officially on sale and officially expensive

HTC Flyer: Officially on sale and officially expensive

By Paul Lamkin

HTC has opened up the order process for its 7-inch tablet, the HTC Flyer, with models starting at £479.99 - the tablet is also available in store.That price is for the 16GB model and, interestingly, it's the same price that online retailer Expansys opened... Read more

HTC Flyer £25 a month and £169 on Three

HTC Flyer £25 a month and £169 on Three

By Stuart Miles

HTC might not have officially released the price of its new tablet, the HTC Flyer (reviewed here) in the UK yet, but that hasn't stopped the cheeky chaps at UK mobile operator Three publishing what it is going to be charging for the new 7-inch device.According... Read more

HTC Flyer: Pre-order now for £479.99

HTC Flyer: Pre-order now for £479.99

By Paul Lamkin

We all knew that the HTC Flyer was due to land around 9 May - but until now we didn't have a confirmed price point.And, despite retailers estimating that the damage for the 7-inch Android tab would be around £600, Expansys has opened up pre-orders for... Read more

HTC Flyer: £600 and coming May, says Carphone Warehouse

HTC Flyer: £600 and coming May, says Carphone Warehouse

By Stuart Miles

Carphone Warehouse has joined UK retailer Clove in pricing and dating the HTC Flyer in the UK. HTC?s tablet will cost £600 when it launches in May.The news means that the single-core, stylus-touting tablet - which runs HTC Sense - will be more expensive... Read more

HTC Flyer: £600 - coming mid-April

HTC Flyer: £600 - coming mid-April

By Stuart Miles

The HTC Flyer could be here in April and cost £600 according to UK retailer Clove.Although HTC has yet to officially set a date other than Q2, or a price for that matter, following the launch of its pen touting tablet at Mobile World Congress in February,... Read more

HTC Flyer interface walkthrough

HTC Flyer interface walkthrough

By Stuart Miles

The HTC Flyer is the company’s newly announced 7-inch tablet that will sport a modified version of its HTC Sense user interface; and more interestingly, a pen that will let you interact with the tablet in a different way than you would with your fingers. The... Read more

HTC Flyer: HTC’s 7-inch tablet

HTC Flyer: HTC’s 7-inch tablet

By Stuart Miles

HTC has finally joined the tablet race with the HTC Flyer, a 7-inch Android tablet that comes with a stylus.The new tablet has been launched amongst five other smartphones at the company’s press conference in Barcelona on Tuesday.The new 7-inch model... Read more

HTC Flyer tablet specs leaked

HTC Flyer tablet specs leaked

By Paul Lamkin

IS HTC going to get its tablet business off to a Flyer? Well, it might just have a go - with rumoured specs hitting the web that suggest the codenamed Flyer could be a Galaxy Tab rival rather than one to bother the Motorola Xoom.If you are to believe... Read more

HTC Flyer tablet in March? Goes against company mantra

HTC Flyer tablet in March? Goes against company mantra

By Rik Henderson

According to news coming out of Taiwan, HTC is about to rush release a tablet device, believed to be called the Flyer, onto the market in order to beat RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook and the Motorola Xoom to the punch. It is expected to be available in the... Read more

HTC tablet to be called HTC Scribe?

HTC tablet to be called HTC Scribe?

By Rik Henderson

HTC has filed two trademarks with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for the names "HTC Scribe" and "Scribe" in relation to a "handheld wireless device, namely, a tablet computer". This suggests that the company has plumped for a name for its... Read more

HTC tablet coming 2011 hints CEO

HTC tablet coming 2011 hints CEO

By Stuart Miles

HTC has hinted that it will launch a tablet computer in 2011 to take on devices like the BlackBerry PlayBook and the iPad. “[Customers] may want Windows or Android; or they may want big screen or small screen, they may want keyboard or tablet; HTC... Read more

HTC Android 3.0 tablet coming for Q1 2011?

HTC Android 3.0 tablet coming for Q1 2011?

By Rik Henderson

According to rumours that are spreading faster than swine flu, HTC is prepping an Android 3.0 (Gingerbread) tablet for release in Q1 next year, 2011. While it is highly unlikely to be discussed in the company's unveiling of new handsets today (15 September... Read more

No HTC iPad rival anytime soon

No HTC iPad rival anytime soon

By Rik Henderson

HTC is not interested in releasing a tablet to rival Apple's iPad. At least, not yet.Eric Lin, the company's global PR and online community manager, told Pocket-lint: "We are always looking at it, but, right now, the whole idea is that in order to be... Read more