Oh my god! The world of tablets cannot grow at a faster rates. It is literally raining pads and tablets in the tech world. The consumers now have a wide wide range of tablets to choose from. Amazon displayed its finesse with its Amazon Kindle Fire, Nook tablet hit the streets then, HP’s slate 2 is up in the line, the ASUS Transformer Prime will pop up any time and now it looks like HTC has joined the race. It is highly evident the HTC is not that very good in keeping secrets. Rumors about HTC have been around in the web throughout. We weren’t very surprised when we stumbled into another of HTC’s “secret” file on the HTC Quattro . It is what HTC had been missing all along – a 10.1″ tablet. It is rumored to be loaded with the quad core processor ( and so the name) coupled along with NVIDIA’s tegra 3 processor
It is pretty obvious that the device will be running Ice Cream Sandwich (due to it later entry into the tablet world) out of the box. It will probably have a 16GB internal memory, 1GB of RAM. On the multimedia side the tablet seems to hold an 8 megapixel camera.Due to the recent tie with Beats this tablet will harness the powerful Beats audio.It is most likely that it will be released in the 3G and Wi-Fi editions. This table HTC is producing will be a 9mm thick, though a few tablets are slightly thinner , 9mm is good enough.
Sadly the design of this superpowerful HTC tablet is very similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1N released in Germany. The timeline of the announcement of both the devices have been same so it is unclear as to who has copied form whom or they may have thought of the same design simultaneously.I think the tablets have all attained an optimized design. Although to HTC’s credit they had a similar design on the Jetstream
The HTC Quattro is said to be released some time in 2012 but may be showed off at the Mobile World Congress in February.With all these tabets pouring in on the users, it will indeed be pretty tough to choose the best of the lot. But you must keep in mind the wide range of options we get.