HTC officially entered the U.S. tablet market this week with Best Buy to be first out of the gate to offer the device.
Starting this spring, Best Buy will sell a WiFi only version of the HTC Flyer 7-inch tablet at a price to be announced.
Sprint also announced at the CTIA show this week that it will sell a 4G version of the tablet under the name Evo View 4G starting this summer.
Other than the wireless connection, the tablets are virtually the same, said reports. They run a version of HTC’s Sense interface (from its smartphones) and Android 2.3 (Gingerbread). They offer dual cameras, Flash support, built-in WiFi hotspot and a pen touch 7-inch display that works with a digital pen to capture notes. They use a 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor, HDMI output and DLNA networking support.
HTC and Sprint are also planning for summer a 4G phone with a 3D display called the Evo 3D. It’s the first 4G phone with a qHD 4.3 inch 3D display. It also has a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, and twin rear cameras for 3D photo and video capture, said PC World. It runs on Android 2.3 and has a built in 4G hotspot.