The famous designer Hasn Kaymak has designed several concept smartphones before, which could even compete with the existing flagships of Samsung in functions and design. The list of concepts made by him continues, and this time comes a HTC One tablet. This new concept HTC One tablet adopts the HTC One TE model, being reported to have 10.1 inch SLCD 2 screen display, which supports 720P video playback. Users could freely watch HD videos on HTC One tablet or play DVD movies on HTC One tablet device. It will run on the new Android OS 5.0 (as reported to be codenamed as Jelly Bean), with quad-core processor and the latest HTC Sense UI interface.
There’s also an 8 megapixel camera on board of this HTC concept tablet, with which you can freely record videos and snap pictures as you like. Still, this HTC One TE tablet supports WiFi b/g/n at 60 GHz, Gorilla Glass 2 protection, a micro HDMI port and HTC Sense 4.5. Beats streaming, a bundled in ear headset and iBeats are all included, which makes it excellent for you to enjoy audio or music video on this tablet. However, the latest news reveals that HTC officially announced this week that it will stop bundling Beats headphones with HTC devices, so this model will most likely remain a fantasy, at least on the headset side.
Since the HTC disappointed the public at the MWC 2012 with only One series smartphones announced, it would be the right time for HTC to launch a new tablet, not only the One series of handsets. The rumored HTC Quattro quad core tablet has been talked about for a while now, but no results have appeared. Will this model turn into reality? It looks pretty nice and its back shows that it’s keeping the already famous One series design legacy.