HP may not be in anybody’s radar recently, as the company has completely disregarded its leading role in the mobile space over the last couple of years. From being the world’s leading Pocket PC manufacturer, to effectively killing Palm in its a attempt to re-invent its mobile division, it’s clear that there is a lot of desperation into figuring out the right ingredients to reach relevance one more time. We’ve seen the company’s recent attempts through Android, and today we get even more information.
Famous tipster @evleaks has just revealed what we can expect from the HP mobile design language going forward. In his post we find an un-named HP tablet, which is running Android. The tablet does resemble previous HP tablets, and in a way, it looks a lot like previous-generation iPad models in its placement of the antennas, and its tapered design. Still, judging by the brand placement and fonts used, it’s clear that the company wants to add some elegance into its future tablet line-up.
The last time we saw HP tablets was in last-year’s IFA, so we can expect to see some more very soon. Let’s just hope these ones are met with better acceptance from the market.