HTC may not be selling up a storm, but that doesn't mean it's ready to widen its horizons with wearables. Yet.
HTC has announced that it is sending out an update for the HTC Flyer today, which will add Android 3.2 Honeycomb to the tablet.
HTC looks like it wants to leap to the head of the tablet race with the release of a quad-core tablet at Mobile World Congress next year.
HTC CEO Peter Chou has revealed that the company has plans for the tablet market in 2012, stating that the company is still looking to make slate-shaped waves.
HTC is looking to swiftly follow up the launch of its 7-inch HTC Flyer tablet, with a 10-inch model codenamed Puccini
HTC's European boss thinks that the company will also benefit from Nokia's agreement to make Windows Phone 7 handsets.
It looks as though the follow up to the newly launched HTC Flyer will be a 10-inch Android tablet codenamed HTC Puccini.