Along with the Evo 3D, Sprint and HTC had another device ready for the public–the HTC View. The HTC View is HTC’s very first tablet, and the first tablet to ever run Sense. During the unveiling Hesse explained that this wasn’t just a the phone version of Sense made to fit a tablet screen, they had actually developed Sense for tablets.
The HTC View is a 7 inch tablet, so it will be in direct competition with the 7 inch Galaxy Tab. This device has a VGA front facing camera and a 5mp rear facing camera. It does run on Sprint’s 4G network, making it Sprint’s first 4G tablet as well. It has a 1.5 ghz single core processor.
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Also on board is the HTC Scribe technology, which is the stylus for the View. This allows you to do things like handwrite notes, and sign documents before you print or fax them right from your tablet. The scribe is a pretty cool feature, and offers a wide variety of different types of pens and colors. This comes in the package with the view, so unlike a Bluetooth headset you don’t have to pay extra for this (thank you HTC!). Check below for a demo with the HTC View from Sprint.
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