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Friday, 21 December 2012 10:17

HTC said to be working on Windows RT gear

Written by Peter Scott

12- and 7-inch tablets

HTC pulled out the Android tablet market earlier this year, but that doesn’t mean the outfit will not dabble in tablets at all.

Bloomberg is reporting that HTC is working on two Windows RT tablets, a huge 12-inch device and a 7-inch device that can also make phone calls. The latter seems like strange device in the RT world, as most tablet makers decided to go for 10- and 11.6-inch designs.

However, the tablets aren’t coming anytime soon. Bloomberg reports they are scheduled to release in Q3 2013, or some seven to ten months from now. There is still no word on pricing or specs, although the tablets should be based on Qualcomm chips.

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