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29th September 2014 – 1 comment
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Can you get a decent big-screen phone without breaking the bank? HTC thinks so.
19th August 2014
Looks almost identical to the Android-powered original.
HTC has pulled out all the stops for its first-ever Android tablet. With a massive screen, thousands of apps and a sleek design, the Flyer is a truly next-generation slate.
Tablets excel when it comes to video calls. But few are quite as adept as the HTC Flyer. With its dual cameras crystal clear screen and sound, it really is like having your nearest and dearest in the room with you.
That same pin-sharp, seven inch screen is brilliant for watching videos and playing games on the go - marking out as the Flyer as an all-round entertainer, too. And it's great for viewing pictures and mini movies you've captured with the rear mounted five megapixel camera.
Want apps as well? HTC has got you covered. Head to the Android Market and you'll be able to choose from a massive array of titles, including fantastic games as well as more practical business and productivity apps. What's more many are completely free to download. To get you started, some great Google apps come pre-installed such as Facebook, YouTube and Gmail.
And you'll have plenty of room to store them. With 32GB of on board storage, you'll have ample space for everything you need. In the unlikely event that you do run out of capacity, no problem. You can boost storage by adding a microSD card.
Other features of the HTC Flyer include stylus support for fast and efficient text entry, email, a virtual keyboard, HTC's social networking focussed Sense UI and a Qualcomm single-core 1GHz processor to keep everything running smoothly.