Taiwan’s HTC seems to be slowly waking up and today, after recently introducing a new phone after a year, they are also launching a new Android tablet, albeit as uninteresting as their latest phone
We agreed that the recently launched HTC Desire 22 Pro with a focus on the metaverse is neither a stroke of luck nor a path to old glory.
Quite discreetly, without any official announcement, HTC launched a 10.1-inch Android tablet. It’s called A101 and it doesn’t sound particularly impressive.
The frame of the screen is quite thick, and under the cover is the Unisoc T618 operating chip with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of expandable data memory.
The front has a 5MP camera for selfies and video calls, and the back has two – a 16MP main camera and a 2MP ultra-wide camera.
The battery has a capacity of 7000mAh, and it also has a 3.5mm audio jack.
I guess they think the target markets won’t notice it so they ship it with Android 11.
Apparently, it is intended for markets with lower purchasing power.
Let’s remind you, once upon a time HTC stood behind Google’s Nexus 7 tablet, so such an uninteresting device isn’t exactly proud of them.