We were surely disappointed when HTC introduced its first tablet without the tablet-optimized Android 3.0. However, the company did not rule out a future update to the Honeycomb version of Android. Recently, HTC has reaffirmed its commitment to the Honeycomb variant, once it's made available. In light of Google's recent holding back of the Honeycomb source code,
Slashgear - HTC has been promising a Honeycomb update for the HTC Flyer from the start, but recent talk of Google limiting access to Android 3.0 had left some would-be tableteers concerned that the 7-incher might be stuck with Gingerbread. HTC assured us that would not be the case at the time, but it bears repeating, and so they’ve taken to Twitter to reiterate that “we will be offering a Honeycomb upgrade when it’s made available.”
In light of Google's recent holding back of the Honeycomb source code, the HTC Flyer update could take a while longer than expected. This is also especially true, given how HTC reskins the Android OS with its HTC Sense U
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