By Evan Blass | December 30, 2010 10:14 AM
HTC has just filed a trademark application for “HTC Scribe,” suggesting that this will be the name of its upcoming Android tablet. As if the name alone wasn’t suggestive enough, HTC has listed the good seeking protection as a “handheld wireless device, namely, a tablet computer.” HTC separately filed for a trademark on just the word “Scribe,” with the same description.
First tipped by DigiTimes, the tablet will allegedly feature a Tegra 2 processor from NVIDIA, 1280 x 720 resolution, 2GB of internal memory, and a 32GB microSD card. It’s likely that whatever its hardware specs turn out to be, this device will run Android Honeycomb, which we learned yesterday is likely version 2.4, not 3.0.
P.S. Does Scribe indicate that this will ship with a capacitive stylus? We know HTC’s got one.