According to DigiTimes, HTC Scribe tablet is expected to be launched at Mobile World Congress in February from Barcelona. As we reported the device is ecpected to be running on Honeycomb.
While details are sparse, rumours are suggesting that the tablet will feature NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 processor, Android 2.4 (Honeycomb), 1280 x 720 resolution, integrated GPS, WiFi connectivity, 2GB of internal memory and a 32GB microSD card. Taking inspiration from the tablet’s branding, the HTC Scribe is also expected to ship with a capacitive stylus.
While the Scribe is yet to be confirmed, it is already believed that the company is planning to launch multiple tablets this year. In a recent interview, HTC CEO, Peter Chou, said: “[Customers] may want Windows or Android; or they may want big screen or small screen, they may want keyboard or tablet; HTC will let the consumer decide.”
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.