HTC Flyer Full Specs Leaked here


A source for has sent in what they believe to be the full spec sheet for the HTC Flyer tablet, supposedly due out this March. Some of this may be repetitive, but the numbers do match up well with information that came out at Digitimes a couple days ago about some of the specs for the “Flyer”.

Here are the specs;

  • 7inch touchscreen with 1024×600 resolution
  • Qualcomm SnapDragon MSM8255 processor
  • HSPA+
  • HDMI Out
  • DLNA-enabled for wireless media streaming
  • 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera
  • 5 megapixel rear camera with LED flash and facial recognition
  • Android 2.3 (may be Android 3.0 by the time this actually comes out)
  • HTC Sensation UI (possibly)

Now we just need to wait for some official pics to get outed for us to drool over.


  • Mike

    This sounds interesting. I think i will upgrade to the Thunderbolt as my last verizon upgrade with a phone, i have never had an htc device and want to round out my mobile experiences. What would be real nice is if they pair these devices, make it ideal to own both as they would tie together seemlessly and be like the same device, one for the phone and less web details, and then one that could be just like your laptop but small and portable. I’ve yet to see a tablet which scales correctly, making the web experience nice, and also the app experience nice on the tab. Anyway i am looking forward to the release of Thunderbolt. Does anybody reading this have opinions on it? Is there any reason to wait for a phone on vz that looks like a best in class android? All from CES look relatively similar, and i’ve owned LG, and Moto, who have other comparable vz releases upcoming.

  • Tony Hedges

    Mike, I have a HTC Desire HD. It is my 2nd HTC phone and frankly I wouldn’t bother getting my things from any other manufacturer. HTC make good robust phones that look good too. HTC sense (mark 2) is very good too.

    Currently I have no plans to buy a tablet but that could change if HTC were to enterthe tablet market, because it will be good.

  • QDOG8

    If the tablet launches with androis 2.3, an update to 3.0 won’t be likely. 3.0 is too much of a UI change and will confuse average consumers.