The exciting conclusion of our three-part HTC-leak-o-rama comes in the form of a yet-to-be-announced HTC tablet known as the "Puccini." Sounds like an Italian dish (Note: actually, Puccini was a famous Italian composer, so take what you will from the codename). Anyway, this thing's packing, here's what we know:

  • WXGA display (800x1280) - we're thinking 9-10" on that basis
  • MSM8660 dual-core processor (same chipset we just saw in the leaked HTC Lead)
  • Android Honeycomb 3.0.1
  • AT&T LTE support

As an AT&T customer myself, between the HTC Lead and this guy, I'm pretty juiced. This is the first AT&T LTE device we've heard of so far, and that's kind of exciting in and of itself. We'll be keeping our ears to the ground for more news on the Puccini, as it is shaping up to be a serious piece of hardware.


David Ruddock
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  • PrabG

    omg lol i agree with u Dave... who in the hell names products like puccini.. even pronouncing it sounds wrong .

    • PrabG

      *David sorry about that.. i was just laughing really hard

    • edhe

      Says "PrabG".

  • http://droidsamurai.blogspot.com PixelSlave

    LTE on AT&T ... by the time this tablet launches, we may be on Ice Cream Sandwich already. Honeycomb? HTC, you really need to do better than that.

  • Stuart

    Aren't the '6' series of qualcomm chips usually cdma for Verizon? Whereas the 3 series is for GSM. Or am I mixing those up.

    • http://AndroidTaskForce.com Chris

      6 series are CDMA chips. The 2 series is GSM. But yes. That's correct. So far all of these devices have had the 6 series. So i'm a little hesitant to say they're all going to AT&T.

  • ZZ

    Judging from the screenshot, it's also compatible with the Magic pen. It might even have one bundled with it.

  • [sic!]

    I prefer HTC Zucchini. That way it's more "eatable". :D