HTC Flyer bound to T-mobile stops at FCC

HTC Flyer bound to T-mobile stops at FCC
HTC Flyer bound to T-mobile stops at FCC
HTC Flyer could be coming to T-mobile very soon
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The Flyer has hit the US sometimes ago, but yet to come to T-mobile – one of the biggest mobile service providers in US. But there might be good news in store for the T-mobile customers as Electronista reports of the HTC Flyer for T-mobile hitting FCC.

The Flyer has undergone 1,700MHz band needed to get HSPA 3G and HSPA+ '4G' on the American carrier's network. This should confirm that the T-mobile customers will get the 3G Flyer, or atleast will have an option. Rumor said it could be out as soon as July 6th, and the similar Evo View 4G will be release on July 24th.

The Flyer is HTC’s first attempt at tablet, and a good attempt it has been turning out to be looking at the initial reviews. It has a 7” LCD with a resolution of 1024 X 600 pixels. A single core 1.5GHz processor does the duty inside with the help of the 1GB RAM and 32GB internal storage. But the most unique feature is the magic pen that can draw, paint, write, sign documents, and even retouch pictures. We are not sure though if T-mobile will give the magic pen along with or sell them separately. Best Buy is selling the pen separately for $80, but Europe gets it in the box

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Pallab Jyotee Hazarika, 2011-06-13 (Update: 2012-05-26)