HTC Quattro: The First Tablet with Quad-Core Processor Is Revealed | Digital Conqueror

HTC Quattro: The First Tablet with Quad-Core Processor Is Revealed

Few days back, the tablet market got hot with the rumors of HTC Quattro with quad-core and now finally the specifications of this tablet have been revealed. The thing which brought the HTC Quattro into the lime light was its quad-core processor. It will be the first tablet PC which is supposed to come with quad-core processor & there is also one more Asus Transformer Prime in line up but its not a dedicated tablet. Let us have a quick glimpse of the other specifications of HTC Quattro.

This Android based device is supposed to come with 10.1 inches display screen with maximum resolution of 1280 X 768 pixels, which is slightly greater than Apple iPad. The tablet is also supposed to have 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage space. For additional space, there will also be the option of microSD card slot which would be expandable up to 32 GB size.HTC Quattro TabletThe graphics will surely be of superb quality, as it will run on the AP30 Tegra 3 chipset from Nvidia. For better communication and connectivity with other devices, Bluetooth 4.0 version would be the part of HTC Quattro.

The version of Android is not yet revealed. But as this will be a high end tablet with enhanced specifications, possibilities are there that Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich will suits best to it. The new HTC might be equipped with two cameras, 2 mega pixel with full HD capabilities and there will also be a rear side camera for conferencing and video calling.

Enhanced services like HTC Watch movie store and complementary Drop box account for more storage just like seen in the HTC Edge could also be the part of HTC Quattro. Along with this, HTC Scribe pen input technology would sure be incorporated in the tablet.

Speculations are also there that, HTC Quattro tablet will be the first one to go with the Beats Audio. HTC Quattro is expected to hit the tablet market in the early 2012 and is expected to come in Wi-Fi only and Wi-Fi + 3G variants.

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