Recently, HTC has unveiled that they will be releasing a new tablet which will be powered by Android OS. The HTC Flyer, which is a 7 inch device, will indeed be powered by Android and it will have 7 inch of total power. The HTC device will have the name Jetstream and it will have a 10.1 inch screen found only for the AT&T.
Now, there are some speculations that the device is based on a Taiwan based manufacturer yet the device will also have several parts coming from around the globe. Apparently, there will be changes in the rumor as it’s nearing its release early this year. By fall, there will already be the news about its new features and additions.
For the HTC tablet with the Windows 8 OS, a marketing firm for the HTC, NPD Display Search, mentioned that the device will indeed be run by this recent Operating System. The Taiwanese manufacturers who will be releasing the phone will surely test out the interface of the Windows 8 with their device and if it all goes well then its release will be earlier this year. An annual conference in Taipei, there was a speculated report that HTC will have its tablet at around a 10.1 inch display screen which is quite similar to the LG display. The device will have a 1920 x 1080 full HD based resolution with a translation of about 218 pixel density.
The difference with Windows 8 and with Windows RT is that the Windows 8 will have better interface since it is specifically designed for touch screen devices. It will also include keyboard slides and it can be used in a wide variety of software programs. In terms of the RT, the Windows RT devices will yet to appear and many say that it will surely be one of the best releases in Microsoft history.