After we saw some leaks of a new HTC tablet device, now we receive some information about a new HTC product that will find its place in our cars. The device in case is called HTC Think+ Touch, a infotainment car system codenamed 0PCM100 that recently was certified for WiFi and Bluetooth usage.


However, this product doesn’t come with support for mobile networks. As you can see, HTC Think+ Touch is basically just a tablet that will be introduced in the main console of our vehicles. In terms of specs, we get Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR support, WiFi dual-band, and Android 4.4.x KitKat operating system with a special type of Sense UI that is focused on automobile ergonomics.

Another feature that couldn’t miss from here is the GPS connectivity. We’ll be able to check the tire pressure, and see warnings about lane keeping. What do you think about this new device prepared by HTC? Does is sound good enough for you?


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