HTC is a company that is known for delivering excellent mobile devices to their customers, but also has not attracted as much attention as some of the other companies within the same space. Now, it appears that the company will be making the official unveiling of their new HTC Scribe tablet device at the MWC in February. A number of sources close to the company have said that they will be making the announcement about their 7 inch screen tablet in Barcelona in February. Some have already speculated that the tablet device will be more popular broad than it will here in the states, but that doesn’t mean that it couldn’t rise to popularity in the west as well.
The HTC Scribe will reportedly run the Android 3.0 software, a few ticks below the latest version. This information was reportedly leaked by the Taiwanese parts manufacturer that has been working with HTC unlocked phones to build the device over the course of the last few months.
HTC is known for being a company that was one of the first to utilize the Android operating system for their devices, and in some instances can even be credited with helping Android rise to the popularity that it has now. HTC has yet to develop a tablet device and the Scribe will be the first offering by the company.
Although it won’t be as feature loaded as the PlayBook and other tablets that are set to hit the market here soon, the Scribe is expected to be one of the most popular tablet choices on the market as soon as it is released. HTC hopes to snatch up niche markets of users that are looking to find a tablet that will allow them to browse Flash websites, a feature that is missing from the iPad.
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