HTC Scribe will be an Android Honeycomb tablet from HTC?

December 31, 2010 – 2:44 am | by Sana
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HTC Scribe will be the new Android Tablet of HTC and this news is come to us via digitimes.com. Actually HTC has filed an application for a trademark with the word “Scribe”. This application is submitted for good and services section and from its specifications it is clearly evident that it will be a Tablet Computer.

HTC Scribe Features and Specs:

  • A Tegra 2 processor from NVIDIA
  • The screen with the resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels
  • 2GB of internal memory
  • a 32GB microSD card
  • Runs Android Honeycomb (version 2.4 or 3.0) same platform is used by LG OptimusPad, android tablet of LG

The detail about price and availability of HTC Android Tablet a.k.a. Scribe is still a mystery.

The trend of Honeycomb tablet has reached to its peak level because on after another leading mobile makers‘s intention for the launch of tablet have unveiled. First we heard about Motorola then about Nokia Tablet and now we heard about HTC . Now we have to see which tablet will hit the shelves first. According to our information, Motorola Droid XOOM will first come possibly at CES 2011.

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