Although recently we’ve also seen leaks of a new HTC tablet, today we get some proof regarding a certified HTC device that’s… almost a slate. We’re talking about the HTC Think+ Touch unit, also codenamed 0PCM100 and pictured below.
This is an in-car device, that passed certification for WiFi and Bluetooth usage. It didn’t get certified for mobile networks, though. The infotainment system has Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR support, WiFi a/b/g/n/ac (dual band) and runs Android 4.4.x KitKat. It also brings a new type of Sense UI, focused on automobile ergonomics. Obviously, the device has GPS features and it also comes with extra special functions.
Those include tire pressure monitors, lane keeping systems and most likely several maps bundled with the product. We’re curious to see who powers the mapping part of the experience. Could it be Google, or maybe HERE Maps? Or maybe a surprise appearance like Garmin?