HTC's not a big fan of tablets. The company's Nexus 9 last year was its first foray into larger screened devices which was an impressive design feat nevertheless and came with Nvidia's Tegra K1 on board, literally making the device a handheld Nvidia GPU capable of achieving desktop grade graphics. Well it seems like HTC's learning from its Nexus 9 experiment, as the company appears to have a mid range tablet in the works too.
New HTC Tablet Spotted At Import/Export Database With Quad Core Processor
India' import/export database, Zauba is notorious for providing details on many devices so far. As manufacturer's are generally moving devices inside and outside several countries for testing purposes, they're recorded on respective catalogs for tracking purposes. And looks like HTC's guilty of having a 7 inch, mid-ranger tablet under the works as well, as Zauba shows an all new previously unheard of device by the company. According to a database, HTC booked a quad core with frequency of 1.2 GHz. This will be supplemented by 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage on board, specifications worthy of any budget device.
What's more interesting in today's spotting is SIM card support on HTC's tablet. This all new device from the Taiwanese manufacturer seems to have dual SIM capability on board, which is rare in devices in its price range. Maybe the intended market for it is the Eastern part of the world where such devices are more common. Dual SIM support would be a major plus point for such a budget device indeed. The tablet is listed on Zauba with a worth of $150. Now all we have to do is wait for HTC's response relating to this device. It shouldn't be long before the company makes any plans public, so stay tuned for more updates. And let us know what you think in the comments section below. Cheers.