Not long after we’ve found out that HTC is readying a quad-core Android phone – the so called HTC Edge – we’re now hearing that the Taiwanese company is also getting ready to introduce a quad-core Android tablet.
According to DigiTimes, HTC will “likely” unveil the quad-core Android table at MWC 2012. The device should hit the market before the end of next year’s third quarter.
Just like Asus’ Transformer Prime, and the above-mentioned HTC Edge, the new HTC tablet should feature an Nvidia Tegra 3 processor.
Another company that’s readying a quad-core (1.6GHz) Android tablet is Lenovo. Engadget even has an image of the tablet (only its back side, though), saying that it should be out before the year’s end:
Reportedly, Lenovo’s quad-core tablet will run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, featuring a 10.1 inch display of unknown resolution, 2GB of RAM, fingerprint scanner, and a “Special Fusion-Skin Body.”
We’ll bring more on these two unannounced tablets as soon as new details are unveiled.
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