Just like most of the other important phone makers, HTC is readying the release of at least one tablet based on Google’s Android.
We’ve previously heard that HTC’s first Android tablet might use Nvidia’s Tegra 2 platform, featuring a 1280 x 720 pixels multi-touch display, Wi-Fi, GPS, 32GB of on-board memory.
Now we’re hearing that the Taiwanese company has filed a trademark application for “HTC Scribe”, which should be a “handheld wireless device, namely, a tablet computer.”
So there’s a good chance that Scribe will be the name of HTC’s first Android tablet. Let’s hope we’ll find out more about this at CES 2011 (next week). If not, at least we’ll see Motorola’s Honeycomb tablet – apparently named Xoom – there.
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