When it comes to HTC tablets, the Taiwanese company has been pretty quiet about it so far, but it looks like the company could be unveiling a brand new device at IFA which will be taking place this week.
EVLeaks has posted several photos of an alleged 10” HTC tablet. There’s no way to know if this thing is real, a concept or otherwise. It could also be the device announced at the IFA event in Berlin this week.
Assuming this is to be believed, this is a rather unique looking tablet and resembles a digital photo frame or maybe even a tiny monitor.
The design appears to follow the HTC One brand of smartphones, and as the Know Your Mobile site points out, has a contoured polycarbonate shell coloured in white. A shot of the back also clearly shows a metallic HTC logo, while a side shot makes it look very thin indeed.
From what we can see from the relatively button-less front, there appears to be either a “home button” or camera
As we can clearly make out, this thing is very thin indeed.
On the back, there’s the HTC logo and what appears to be a rear camera in the same spot as on the front (front and rear cameras?)
Here we see it docked, all it’s missing is some sort of Surface keyboard!
And lastly, we see this device is clearly not running Windows RT, it’s either Android or an updated HTC Sense on the home screen.