Verizon HTC Incredible HD coming at CES, HTC Scribe 7″ tablet goes to MWC

According to DigiTimes, the 4G LTE Android-based smartphone that Verizon and HTC are about to unveil during CES will be called the Droid Incredible HD. Nothing is 100% sure at this point though, since for a while the blogosphere seemed quite convinced that it would sell under the name HTC Thunderbolt. Also, DigiTimes’ track record on such things isn’t exactly stellar, but hey, we work with what we get here.

What’s more interesting than what a device that we already knew for sure was going to be announced in a matter of days, if not hours, is going to be called, is the a-lot-less-rumored HTC Android-powered tablet, called the HTC Scribe.

A trademark filing from not long ago basically set its name in stone, but details about the date of its introduction have been scarce, as were details about its specs – only tentatively leaked once, which is very rare to see these days.

Anyway, the Scribe will apparently not be announced during CES, but during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February.

According to DigiTimes’ sources, the Scribe will have a 7-inch screen and launch with ‘Android 3.0’. Now if that’s another indication that Honeycomb will be 3.0, it’s unclear. Regardless of the version number, it looks pretty clear that the Scribe will run the tablet-optimized version of Google’s mobile operating system.

Author: Vlad Bobleanta

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  • Dmmalon

    I hope its “dual-core”. That’ll be nice.