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To all of my techjournal readers.HTC has filed a trademark application for “HTC Scribe,” suggesting that this will be the name of its upcoming Android tablet.Here we’ve only a name i.e HTC SCRIBE but the name alone wasn’t suggestive enough.As if the name alone wasn’t suggestive enough, HTC has listed the good seeking protection as a “handheld wireless device, namely, a tablet computer.” HTC separately filed for a trademark on just the word “Scribe,” with the same description.
There are some specifications of the upcoming Android tablet has also leaked. First of all it’s powered by a Tegra 2 processor from NVIDIA, 2GB of internal memory, up to 32GB of memory expandable through microSD card and most importantly it will run on Android Honeycomb, that you might mean it’s the latest version of Android i.e Android 2.4 (not 3.0), which is expected to arrive sometime before the end of Q1 2011.
According to a source the upcoming HTC SCRIBE Android tablet will be available with a price tag of about $750 (Expected price). Unfortunately there is no word on price and release date of the upcoming HTC SCRIBE Android tablet.