HTC Flyer Gets Android 3.2 Honeycomb

HTC introduced the HTC Flyer 7″ Android tablet at MWC back in February. Then, at CTIA a month later they reintroduced the tablet outfitted for Sprint’s 4G WiMax network dubbed the “HTC Evo View 4G”.  Both versions of the tablet came to market with Android 2.3 Gingerbread and a very heavy Sense for tablets UI.

Many people seem to agree that HTC’s Sense UI is the most consumer friendly UI for both phones and tablets. The version of Sense on the Flyer, made the device feel like it was running all on it’s own with Android in the background, similar to the way the Kindle Fire and Nook tablet do.

Well for those of you that were looking for Honeycomb on the Flyer tablet, the wait is over. If you have an HTC Flyer (WiFi) or an HTC Evo View 4G (Sprint) check your settings and download some Honeycomb goodness today.

source: Inquirer

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