Just a day after HTC unveiled its Flyer tablet at Mobile World Congress, Amazon Germany has created a product page for the 7 inch Android tablet. It’s available for pre-order for 669 Euros, or a whopping $905 US. I wouldn’t put too much stock in that price though, since it may just be a placeholder, and even if it’s accurate consumer electronics tend to be cheaper in the US than Europe.

The specs on the Amazon page are pretty much the same as we’d heard yesterday. The tablet will ship with Google Android 2.4 and a custom version of the HTC Sense software. It includes full support for the Google Android Market, and an upgrade to Android 3.0 Honeycomb is planned for the future.

The tablet supports HSDPA, WCDMA, and GSM mobile broadband networks and 802.11b/g/n WiFi. It has 1GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a 1.3MP front-facing camera and a 5MP autofocus camera on the back, plus a 4000mAh battery. There’s no mention of the stylus, but I’m pretty sure that comes standard with this tablet.

via Tablet Blog.de

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3 replies on “HTC Flyer tablet hits Amazon (in Germany)”

  1. Can cut that price down to $733.05 right away. Germany in adds all costs into the price (vat, taxes, etc) and you can be sure $903 includes a 19% vat charge.

  2. Interested in the Flyer, brings back memories of the Courier (that thing that happened way back in 2010!)…but every tablet besides the iPad seems to strike out based on price alone.

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