Nevertheless, it’s yet another nice Android tablet addition for the carrier, but it’s worth noting that it’s going to be running Android Gingerbread out the of box. Thankfully, it’s mentioned to get a Honeycomb update sometime down the road. Besides the cellular connection, there really isn’t anything different with T-Mobile’s version of the HTC Flyer.
For those business end customers interested in picking it up, you’ll need to track down a Business Sales employee seeing that it requires a specialized ordering system. In terms of pricing, you’ll can shell out either $399.99 for the tablet with a 2-year agreement, or $499.99 to scoop one up with a 1-year contract instead. Interestingly, there’s no mention whether or not the HTC Stylus Pen will be included in some sort of bundle.