Details for HTC’s 10-Inch ‘Puccini’ Confirm Honeycomb, Dual-Core 1.5GHz Processor


Last week, as we were in the middle of Google IO, Pocketnow stumbled across an unannounced HTC device called the Puccini.  According to their information, this new 10-inch Android tablet would be arriving this summer with support for AT&T and their 4G LTE network.  At the time, Pocketnow didn’t have any specs to share for the tablet, only speculation.  Today we find 911Sniper has come upon a few additional details, including a pair of screen grabs.

Not a ton of information here, but it is confirmation of the Pocketnow stuff from last week. Looking at the abbreviated list of specs, we can expect LTE support, 1280×800 resolution for the display, and a powerful Qualcomm 1.5GHz dual-core (MSM8660) processor.  Also, we can look forward to Android 3.01 running the show, presumably followed in short order by the new 3.1 announced last week.  And, based on the images we are getting today, we are optimistic that the Puccini will feature support for the HTC Scribe stylus.  If Pocketnow is correct, we should be seeing this on AT&T some time in June.


  1. Judging by the price of the 7″ HTC Flyer, a 10″ HTC tablet is going to cost a bomb. I’m in no doubt that it would be an excellent device but it’s a bit too costly for me. I’ve got an Asus EeePad Transformer on the way 🙂

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