It looks like 2010 will be a really busy year for HTC. In addition to launching many new Android and Windows Mobile smartphones, and making the Nexus One for Google, the Taiwanese company may also unveil several touch tablets.
According to SmartHouse, one of the HTC tablets will use Google’s Chrome OS, while another one is based on Android.
It’s said that the HTC Android tablet will be unveiled at a private show during CES 2010 (January 7 – 10), featuring a “new Qualcomm processor” and “new software from Adobe”.
(HTC Max 4G; it’s not a tablet, but it has a design that resembles one)
If HTC indeed launches touch tablets this year, they’ll be competing with Apple’s tablet, reportedly called iSlate and rumored to be unveiled this month.
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