Ufone to Launch HTC Flyer in Pakistan


We are getting the confirmations that Ufone is all done with the homework to launch HTC Flyer tablet in Pakistan, hopefully by end of this month or so. Company has previously introduced HTC Incredible S, and few other smartphones to get hold of high-end users’ demand.

HTC Flyer, a 7-inch android tablet that boosts a 1.5 GHz processor promising superfast browsing and seamless multitasking.

So big time ahead for tablet lovers.


We have unconfirmed reports that HTC Flyer will be made available around Rs. 64,000 – Rs. 65,000 – and it will be offered with some kind of internet bundle, we don’t have final words on this though.

Here are other key specs for this amazing tablet:

  • Android with HTC Sense
CPU speed
  • 1.5 GHz
  • 7 inch touch-sensitive screen
  • 1024 X 600 resolution
  • Internal storage: 32 GB
  • RAM: 1 GB
  • Expansion slot: microSD™ memory card (SD 2.0 compatible)
  • Ambient light sensor
  • G-Sensor
  • Digital compass


  • WiFi – IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
  • Bluetooth® 3.0 with A2DP for wireless stereo headsets

Check below video to witness the amazing features of HTC Flyer

Tech reporter with over 10 years of experience, founder of ProPakistani.PK

  • Nauman Afzal

    This not good news, this bad news, more money down the drain. Gadget lovers will have a hard time deciding on what to buy and what not!

    • yasir latif

      bad news for what? not understanding ur views man…

      • Nauman Afzal

        well just see more gadgets, more choices, more difficulty in making decisions, that’s the way I see it since I am a gizmo geek

        • Khawaja

          More Gadgets=More Competition
          More Competition= Less Prices
          Less Prices= Customer’s Benefit ^_^

          • This is not a good news, this is an amazing news. It feels so good to see Pakistan moving ahead in tech. Amazing job done by Brightex Pakistan

  • Nice move by Ufone.

  • Zubiir

    Paise lootne ka tareka koyee ufone se seeqai

    • Khawaja

      Paisay lootnay ka tareeqa? o_O. You should be thankful to them for bring you the latest gadgets at cheap prices

      • Basit Ali

        I am not sure if you could call this price cheap for a tablet whose base model costs $500. But yeah atleast they are showing some interest in getting the latest gadget to the masses.

        • Shophive is offering it for 62,000. And it’s abroad for $500, and in Pakistan, you are getting it for 54 with warranty and everything in the box. So be happy

          • ammar

            its for 65,000rs. where did u read 54?

  • Basit Ali

    Its a 2.3 gingerbread tablet :(. I would fail them on such a homework.

    • Nidz

      Why do u think gingerbread is a fail?

      • It sure is not a fail, its a brilliant OS. But don’t you think we should be getting honeycomb for this price?

  • HTC joining the race of Tablet’s but seems hard to compete with Apple so far…

  • Saad

    Great news … Lets hope some other network brings motorolla xoooooom

  • Khushnaam

    Looks good, but can never beat ipad. thats for sure

  • Hassan

    Bad choice by ufone. they can never beat the apple tablet market

  • Waqas

    The 32 GB with GSM & Wifi + Pen & Pouch is 889 device+ 85pen.

    The 550 USD is for the 16-GB plain vanilla version that has older version battery etc.

    65K is 25% less than intl market.

  • Graphi

    Apply ipad2 in the tablet market leader no doubt about that, but if you think of anything other then that it should be Samsung Galaxy tab 10.1, its the best android tablet beating moto xoom.
    HTC flyer is already a failed product in market

  • Opt

    Love HTC. Nice information. thanks

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  • Techomaniac

    This is really ripping off customers. If the price of this tablet is really Rs. 65k, then Ufone is overcharging customers by at least Rs. 20k as this tablet is available in the US unlocked for $500. Shouldn’t Ufone be offering it at a subsidized price if its locked to their network??