HTC is planning to make a comeback into the tablet market this year with a new 10.1-inch display tablet that will be based on the Windows 8.
HTC is planning to make a comeback into the tablet market this year with a new 10.1-inch display tablet that will be based on the latest version of Microsoft’s Windows operating system, Windows 8.
According to reports from the consulting firm NPD DisplaySearch, HTC is planning to get back into the tablet market with the new Windows 8 tablet. HTC was already a part of the tablet market but opted out back in the year 2011. The company has now changed its decision, may be because of the increasing demand for tablets markets all around the world.
It is clear that HTC might have planned to come back because it does not want to lose out on the opportunity to compete in the tablet market. Other manufacturers like Samsung, Asus, Microsoft and Apple have already been successful in the tablet market and HTC might soon be a part of this list.
HTC already knows that there is a lot of competition in the tablet segment, specially from rivals like Apple and Samsung. Taking all this into consideration, HTC must have done its homework and with some help from the new flagship device of the company, the company might be able to come up with another masterpiece.
The HTC One is the next-gen smartphone from the company and could be the base for the company’s new tablet. The HTC One already has an excellent design and a very powerful hardware configuration which could all be a part of the new tablet.
Getting down to the specs, the new HTC tablet is expected to have a full HD display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 and a high pixel density. The tablet will sport a 10.1-inch display, powerful hardware configuration and a powerful battery. The tablet will run on Windows 8 and might also have the HTC Sense UI v5 that is currently available on the HTC One. The tablet is expected to be launched at the IFA event in September this year. Stay tuned and we will get back to you soon.