HTC Flyer has already been released under the name of HTC EVO View 4G from Sprint, while the original name has been kept for T-Mobile. We are not sure if the international branches of T-Mobile will be lucky to get the device, but most likely there will be a U.S. release. The reason for such a conclusion is the shot of the new, rebranded YouTube page. The only carrier to have such a page on YouTube is T-Mobile US.
The new tablet, which is sporting a large 1024×600 display and Android Gingerbread, will be landing to Sprint sometime in June. As for T-Mobile, there’s no chance to make any assumptions. Anyway, T-Mobile promised to give a space for the international markets to promote at least two of its branded gadgets. Thus HTC Flyers might be in the list.
Earlier T-Mobile introduced two more tablets–G-Slate (8.9 inch, 3D capabilities) and Samsung Galaxy Tab. These three tablets will make a special lineup of tablets with touchscreens.
If we compare these three tablets in terms of this specific feature, we will get a winner in the form of HTC. The main idea is that this tablet not only supports the touchscreen feature, it also comes with a special item that makes the desired functionality more optimal. I’m talking about the HTC Scribe software feature.
This software feature became so popular among the customers that there are even rumors that the customers mainly buy the gadget for this exact feature.