We all were a little surprised when HTC showed off the Flyer (see our hands-on here) and it wasn't running Honeycomb. It looks like they aim to fix this situation in the second quarter with an OS update according to their official Facebook account. We reached out to HTC for confirmation, and we were told:
"I can confirm that we are working to bring a Honeycomb update to Flyer in short order – however, I don’t have any specific information on what the timing may be."
We'll have to see if that second-quarter window pans out. But either way, it's pretty sweet that we do have word from HTC that Honeycomb will be coming to the Flyer!
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