HTC's Flyer Tablet Hinted For MWC 2011?

Posted: Feb 10 2011, 11:19am CST | by , in News | MWC

HTC's Flyer Tablet Hinted for MWC 2011?
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Desire 2, Facebook Phone also possibilities.

HTC has big plans for this year's Mobile World Congress. They have just thrown this message up on their Facebook plan. It features a blank stage with the question, "Any ideas on what we are up to?" Above the stage is a counter. In 4 days, 16 hours, we will see "big things" happen. Which means HTC has a major launch planned for the MWC.

Tablets are the rage in 2011, and HTC still has yet to announce one. Which makes it very likely that the HTC Flyer will make an appearance soon. It is anticipated to launch around March, so a reveal next week would make sense.

The HTC Desire 2 has been popping up lately. It leaked out in a promotional video recently and is expected to see a launch at MWC 2011. The Desire 2 doesn't seem momentous enough to deserve its own counter on HTC's Facebook page though.

HTC is unlikely to be referring to the ThunderBolt, since that device is already quite well known. It is expected to go on sale during the show, though.

Outside of the HTC Flyer, the most likely possibility for HTC's big reveal is the oft-leaked Facebook phone. We'll we'll know for sure in just a little more than four days. And I'll be on-the-ground at MWC to get you a closer look at whatever HTC ends up unveiling.

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