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HTC Puccini tablet leaks again

HTC Puccini tablet leaks again

A few days back we saw some leaked screen shots of the HTC Puccini tablet that surfaced and the hint that the tablet would be called the Jetstream on AT&T. Today another leak has surfaced with some blurry cam shots of the Puccini tablet and a tip that the tablet is currently in testing and will land in the "not too distant future." This should be a nice 10.1-inch tablet for those wanting fast mobile broadband.

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HTC Puccini Called Jetstream on AT&T, Additional Screenshots Leaked

HTC Puccini Called Jetstream on AT&T, Additional Screenshots Leaked

We certainly know a lot about the 10-inch tablet known as the HTC Puccini considering it's not yet truly officially announced by its manufacturer or its US carrier. We've seen screenshots, bits of hardware, release dates, and specs all along the way. What we've gathered thus far and what we're to understand from these newest two screenshots revealed today is that this tablet will be called the HTC Jetstream as it flies in to the USA on AT&T's 4G network, be it what AT&T calls 4G at the moment or LTE in the distant future. An AT&T 10-inch Android tablet made by HTC, sound like a winning ticket to you?

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HTC Puccini Tablet Press Images Leaked

HTC Puccini Tablet Press Images Leaked

It appears that HTC's newest effort in the Android business has been revealed in real live photo form. That or there's a rather talented mock-up artist amongst us creating a masterpiece when they should be working for HTC. This tablet takes a step away from their previous tablet, the HTC Flyer, in that it's not White (though it's HTC EVO View brother certainly isn't either), and that it's got one solid piece covering the entirety of its back instead of the EVO-ish three piece situation. This tablet will almost certainly be released before the dropping of Androids 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich this fall, and will therefor be running something along the lines of Android 3.1 or 3.2 Honeycomb upon release.

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HTC Puccini mass production in June tip sources

HTC Puccini mass production in June tip sources

HTC's rumored 10-inch Puccini tablet will apparently begin volume production in June 2011, according to the latest rumors, fitting in with suggestions that the originally expected launch date in the first half of this year has likely slipped to July or later. DigiTimes' sources claim the HTC Puccini will have a touchscreen that responds to both resistive and capacitive touch, along with a "touch pen" that can "work on specified software and areas."

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HTC Puccini tablet likely delayed plus third slate axed?

HTC Puccini tablet likely delayed plus third slate axed?

HTC may "feel very good" about the sales performance of the HTC Flyer, but according to Chinese reports the company has decided to cut its tablet program for the second half of 2011 from two devices to just one. The HTC Puccini leaked earlier this week - and believed to run Honeycomb on a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor - is unlikely, in fact, to arrive in June as earlier suggested, the Commercial Times claims.

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HTC Puccini tablet detailed: Honeycomb, 1.5GHz dual-core and LTE?

HTC Puccini tablet detailed: Honeycomb, 1.5GHz dual-core and LTE?

Details on what could well be HTC's second Android tablet of 2011 have leaked, codenamed the HTC Puccini, and expected to be the company's first Android 3.0 Honeycomb slate complete with AT&T LTE 4G support. According to 911HTC's info, the Puccini will have a 1280 x 800 WXGA display - just like the XOOM and other Honeycomb slates we've seen - and run Qualcomm's Snapdragon MSM8660 1.5GHz dual-core processor.

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Rumor: HTC Puccini 10-inch tablet supports AT&T LTE

Rumor: HTC Puccini 10-inch tablet supports AT&T LTE

It looks like HTC is hard at work on a new tablet that will find its way to the AT&T network. HTC already has a tablet on the market called the Flyer, so a new and larger screen version is no surprise. The image attached below here is apparently a rendering of the tablet and that is just about all we have at this point other than rumors. The tablet will use a 10-inch screen according to leaked specs and Puccini is the code name for the device.

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