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    HTC Flyer: HTC’s first ever Tablet!

    HTC Flyer Tablet has been announced by THC at MWC Event. HTC also introduced Desire S, Incredible S and Wildfire S. HTC Flyer is a 7-inch tablet, First Tablet from HTC!

    HTC Flyer comes with a great 7-inch large screen with resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels.
    HTC Flyer Tech Specs

    HTC Flyer Tablet Tech Specs and Features

    • 7-inch screen with 1024 x 600 pixels resolution
    • 1.5GHz single-core CPU processor
    • Memory: 1GB RAM
    • 5MP rear camera with LED flash and a 1.3MP front facing camera
    • Runs on Android 2.4 Gingerbread
    • Connectivity: Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi, 3G, microUSB (2.0), 3.5mm headphone jack
    • Stand-by time: 1470 hours
    • Weight: 420 grams

    HTC Flyer Tablet Availability

    The HTC Flyer will be arriving to the markets in Q2 2011.

    HTC Flyer Tablet Price

    The price has not yet decided.

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    One Comment

    1. Mel says:

      Don’t buy htc.

      Their customer service and support are absolutely horrible. Let me tell you why.

      I was given an htc TouchFlo 3D from my friend in Europe. I accidentally left it in the rain, and now the screen does not display anything.

      When I called support and told them I was willing to pay for the repair, (which according to a friend is no more than replacing one part), I was told they would not do so in Texas because according to the Serial #, it was manufactured in the UK.

      I will repeat that phrase…manufactured in the UK. It says on my phone it was Made in Taiwan. Really? A mobile phone manufactured in the UK? She continued to tell me they may not have the parts to repair it as well. Would it have been too much trouble to contact the factory in the UK (which I can’t believe there is one since the phone is made in Taiwan), and ask them to send the part? It would have taken so little on their side to make this repair. Instead, I was greeted with no accountability and excuses galore.

      The support rep did not want to help me at all in this instance, clearly passing the buck in order to avoid any type of customer service whatsoever. I am utterly disgusted with. I encourage everyone to NOT purchase htc products because if anything goes wrong, you are screwed.

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