HTC Tablet Certified By WiFi Alliance
Do you remember the last time you saw a tablet by HTC? It is being said that HTC is all set to launch it Nexus 9 tablet. The Flounder, a tablet by HTC running Google’s Android L, has been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance.
The release of HTC’s tablet is expected in October. Previously we saw Flyer and Jetstream, two tablets, by HTC three years ago in 2011. It must be good news for those who liked the previous tablets introduced by the company.
An HTC tablet has been spotted on Wi-Fi Alliance. According to listing the HTC tablet has an 8.9 inch display and Tegra K1 processor. It is equipped with an 8MP camera and runs Google’s operating system Android L. We already know that normally most recent Android version is featured in Google’s Nexus products. The code name Flounder is also mentioned in the listing for the HTC’s nexus 9 tablet.
Google and HTC have not said a single word about this new tablet. But after its certification by the regulatory bodies, Google and HTC will definitely own this new tablet. You must be very excited to know what’s new in it. Let’s see how much it succeeds in fulfilling your expectations.
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