Following our report in May of the upcoming HTC tablet named after the celebrated Italian composer Puccini, BGR has gotten its hands on some exclusive images of the device itself.

The first of the two high-res press shots grabbed by BGR features the front of the 10" tablet in what appears to be a bespoke case with a stylus and holder. The second image shows off the rear of the tablet which appears to be sporting an 8 MP camera, dual-LED flash, and stereo speakers and a mic.



Interestingly, the first image also suggests that the $80 Magic Pen will be compatible with the Puccini.

The earlier leak indicated that the tablet would feature a 10" WXGA display (1280x800), a 1.5 GHz MSM8660 dual-core processor, AT&T 4G LTE support and would be running Android Honeycomb 3.0.1.

Is the Puccini different enough from HTC's first foray into the tablet market?

Source: BGR

Abhiroop Basu
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  • http://richardgilboy.tk Rich

    $80 on a two year contract? SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY ALREADY HTC!

    edit: Oh $80 for the pen, god damn. Got all excited. lol

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/author/abhiroop-basu Abhiroop Basu

      Sorry if it wasn't clear, but the $80 referred to the magic pen (edited to make it clearer)

  • TareX

    Battery life seems to be the culprit of that SoC.... let's see about that.

  • Phil B.

    Please have a Sprint version of this that includes the pen for free and less than $500 under contract and it shall be mine.

  • L boogie

    Would there be a wi-fi version as well as a verizon version?

  • Noct

    really want a wifi version REALLY WANT ON

  • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

    Is this the first tablet to have an 8MP camera? Looks quite spiffy, doesn't it?

  • Ruben

    If they put out a Wi Fi version, I'm all over it. HTC makes the best hardware in my opinion. This thing looks sweet. Looks like it was worth the wait. They took a little longer to get a ten incher out there, but it looks like they got it right.

  • Jay


    Wow, so from what I've been reading HTC will be saddling this thing with Sense and will be 2 versions of honeycomb behind when it finally launches?

    I truely how this thing is good, looking forward to more info on this