Armed with calling facility, one tablet will have a 7 inch screen while the other will have a 12 inch display.
HTC is preparing to launch two Windows RT tablets - one with 7 inch and other with 12 inch screen, - with calling facility next year, according to Bloomberg.
HTC's tablets are tentatively scheduled for release in the third quarter and would run on chips from Qualcomm (most likely to be Quad core Snapdragon S4 Pro and Play). No more details about these tablets are available as of now.
Notably, HTC has already declined rumors of it launching Windows 8 based tablets saying they are not cost effective.
Currently, there are no 7 inch tablets with Windows 8 or Windows RT platform and with this move, HTC will not just be offering an additional option but will also be able to reduce price of the tablet drastically.
Currently Windows based tablet's price starts at close to Rs 40,000 which is a big impediment in the sales growth of these tablets.
The company is expected to unveil the smartphone during MWC 2016.
As per reports, HTC may not unveil the handset during MWC 2016.
T50 reportedly would have a 5 inch display while T55 is said to come with a 5.5-inch display
After two years gap, HTC is now reportedly back to Google's camp to make its Nexus devices.
HTC One A9 comes with a 13 megapixel rear camera and an 4 megapixel front snapper.
The HTC Vive Pre will hit the markets in April 2016.
The smartphone will be available in Silver and Gunmetal Gray colour variants.
The smartphone is expected to cost somewhere between $366 - $457 in Taiwan.
HTC Desire 828 was announced for the Indian market last month along with HTC One A9.
HTC One M9s has decent specs for a mid range device priced approximately at Rs 26,000.