HTC Launching First Ever Honeycomb Tablet Next Week?

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We recently showed you a shot of HTC’s first ever Honeycomb tablet, codenamed Puccini. It will be rocking Honeycomb along with HTC’s Sense UI. We’re expecting a dual-core processor and HTC’s Scribe pen as well. HTC is holding an event in London on June 27, and word on the street is that they’ll officially announced the tablet there. In the past, HTC has announced products like the Hero, Desire Z, and Desire HD in London, so we can expect something big from them next week.

We haven’t heard about any carrier launches, but it will likely launch as an international WiFi device, and then find its way to the States, much like the Flyer. We’ll try to do some more digging before next Monday, but we want to hear from you, our loyal readers. Are you as excited as we are about an HTC Honeycomb tablet? Sound off in the comments, or on our Facebook Wall!

Source: Electronista

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  1. Rich
    June 21, 22:00 Reply

    I am excited. I adore my Desire HD and have been looking for a (non-iPad) tablet for a while. I really wanted the flyer to be better than its reviews have suggested, since the 7-inch form suits my needs better. 

    I am still waiting to see what Honeycomb might do for the Flyer (when it finally arrives), but it does seem like waiting for a tablet to be improved by an update may only lead to disappointment.

    Any further guesses what the tablet might be called on launch? Surely they can’t stick with Puccini…

    • Asad Rafi
      June 22, 04:39 Reply

      Nop, dont know about that :D Maybe HTC Desire HDD :D

  2. Kpennett
    June 22, 02:25 Reply

    Please, just bring it already, this iPad is not quite what I need/want.. Price, eh not so important, just make sure it’s “READY” none of the HTC G1, Half Baked B.S.

  3. jacki
    June 22, 07:45 Reply

    I want buy a tablet since may, but I didn’t find the right one. Since I heard from the puccini, I know I want buy this. So I hope it will be published the next week, because I don’t want wait anymore.

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