However, in case you don’t want 3G connectivity, and don’t care if your Flyer has 16GB of on-board storage space (instead of 32GB), you should know that the Wi-Fi-only 16GB version of the tablet costs just £479.99 (about $781).
Currys lets you buy the Wi-Fi-only 16GB Flyer for said price, but it looks like it will only ship it on May 17. Even more, the retailer’s website seems to be down for the moment.
Although the Flyer currently runs Android Gingerbread, HTC said that an upgrade to Android 3.0 Honeycomb would be available later this year. Plus, you’ll also get to enjoy the full Sense 3.0 experience.
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