HTC Puccini Passes FCC With AT&T Bands, Launching Soon?

The HTC Puccini, rumored to be HTC’s first ever Honeycomb tablet, was revealed back in May, and now we’re learning a bit more about the device. We told you that it will be running on a dual-core, 1.5GHz processor, with Honeycomb, Sense 3.0, and HTC’s Scribe technology. Recently, we reported that HTC would be launching it on June 27 in the UK, but it turned out to be just another rumor. Now it seems that HTC is getting ready to release it soon, as the tablet just passed the FCC with AT&T 3G bands, featuring GSM 850, 1900MHz frequencies, 3G WCDMA 850 and 1900MHz bands.It also apparently comes with an LTE radio, which means that AT&T customers will be able to enjoy it on AT&T’s 4G network later this year, and my guess is that this will be AT&T’s first ever LTE 4G tablet.

So anyone looking forward to HTC’s first ever Honeycomb tablet? Disappointed that it’ll be headed to AT&T? Sound off in the comments below or on our Facebook Wall!

Source Android Central

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