Enterprise Mobility: HTC Flyer Tablet, Wildfire S, Facebook Smartphones Debut at MWC
HTC Flyer Tablet, Wildfire S, Facebook Smartphones Debut at MWC
Scribe technology, shown here, introduces integrated digital ink innovations making it easier and more natural to take notes or draw pictures.
The device combines natural touch and pen interaction and features the companys Sense user interface, running atop the Android Gingerbread OS.
Encased in an aluminum unibody, the Flyer features a 5-megapixel color camera with auto focus and a 1.3-megapixel front camera.
The handsets front-facing camera and video-call functionality lets users chat with their friends and colleagues face-to-face.
Users can choose from a variety of colors, including black, purple and white, and the home screen is customizable for organizing applications.
The Wildfire S is one of HTC's smallest phones evermeasuring just 4 inches long and less than 2.5 inches wide.
The Desire S offers dual front and back cameras, high-definition video recording and a 3.7-inch WVGA touch-screen display.
The ChaCha features a tilt design, which shapes the display and physical QWERTY keyboard so it is easier to view and type.
The Facebook button is found on the lower right-hand side of the handset, where users can update their status with one click.
The Salsa handset offers a 5-megapixel camera and a 3.4-inch, 480-by-320 resolution touch display, and video calling capability.
The Facebook button is context-aware, gently pulsing with light whenever there is an opportunity to share content or updates.
Salsa and ChaCha
Facebook messages and conversations are integrated within the phone and appear within text and e-mail inboxes alongside regular conversations.
ChaCha, Salsa, Flyer
The two Facebook-centric handsets and the Flyer tablet were mostly kept under glass at the HTC booth; here they are grouped together.