7-inch tablet HTC Scribe to launch at MWC

7-inch tablet HTC Scribe to launch at MWC
Tablets are gaining momentum and if 2010 was the year of the iPad, next year we will see a flood of tablets. HTC did not waste much time and placed its own bid – the mysterious HTC Scribe. The device is likely to run Android 3.0 and have a 7 inch screen, while its introduction is expected at the Mobile World Congress this February in Barcelona, according to a DigiTimes report.

The Scribe might be a little more special than all the other green robot tablet offerings if HTC chooses to tune it with HTC Sense on top and we can already picture ourselves hitting refresh on the weather app to just watch the animations.

As you already might know, we will be at CES in Vegas sniffing the latest in mobile tech, so if the Scribe shows up we will be ready. In any case, there will be a lot to see as HTC alone is set to bring a number of other fascinating devices, including what is expected to be the first Verizon 4G phone, the HTC Thunderbolt / Mecha / Incredible HD and Sprint's HTC EVO Shift 4G, which was just announced.

source: DigiTimes via SlashGear



1. Shafeer

Posts: 79; Member since: Dec 30, 2010

Maybe the biggest competitor to the iPad... ...As long it doesn't have the same software as the Samsung Galaxy Tab. I keep saying this, but I want something different! Waiting for the Windows 7 Tablet

2. itzatlas unregistered

That would be cool if they came out with this tablet but with cool features like the HTC Touch Pro 2 we saw with Verizon. It could have a sliding keyboard with a tilting screen making the web experience more like a laptop or desktop... but with Sence UI and Android 3.0 or 2.4... Honeycomb.

3. Kakarotto

Posts: 255; Member since: Dec 07, 2010

7" tablet with 1280x800 resolution - very nice! :D

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