HTC Puccini 10-inch Honeycomb Tablet Heads for AT&T 4G LTE Network

May 10, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s raining tablets, and we don’t have the courage to tell you the numbers as they seem to keep growing. The latest spotting we have here for you can not just make you add to the count, but could also leave you wonder struck as to why HTC is rolling out slates in quick succession. We have seen the Flyer tablet, we were then exposed to news of a fresh new slate to be called the HTC Verdi. HTC isn’t stopping there. Even before Verdi is out, we see rumors flying thick and fast about a new slate from the company.

The name is Puccini, or that is what HTC wants to call the new upcoming tablet. Similar to what we have been told when talk of the Verdi filled the air, the HTC Puccini also is rumored to come with a 10 inch display and a front facing shooter.

To run on Google’s Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS, the HTC Puccini is most likely to head for AT&T’s upcoming 4G LTE network. Now that makes us think that the roll out could happen only past the coming summer. This, we believe, is because AT&T will kick-start their 4G network only later during the current year.

Among the other features we are exposed to as of now is the HTC Scribe feature with digital pen input. That seems exciting, doesn’t it? We will now wait to know what is on the pricing front. With the seven-inch predecessor Flyer selling at $499, we guess we should look at a higher tag for the Puccini.

Would you want to wait for the HTC Puccini to come your way so that you can spend some extra dollars to make it your own? Tell us why you would wait!

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