updated 08:15 pm EDT, Mon June 6, 2011
Tablet still not upgraded to Android 3.0
HTC has already released a software update for its Flyer tablets. The maintenance update is said to be arriving as an over-the-air download pushed to the device. The company has left the details vague, though the revision generally promises to "improve software performance." Many users may be waiting patiently for the Honeycomb release, however the current software remains an Android 2.3 build.
The Flyer centers around a seven-inch touchscreen build for stylus input, with 1024x600 resolution. Other standard features include a single-core 1.5GHz processor, dual cameras, and 16GB of integrated storage.
HTC is currently pushing update notifications to the Flyer tablets, prompting users to download the update over Wi-Fi or 3G connections. [via Coolsmartphone and Engadget]