HTC Puccini

We know everyone out there likes to indulge in some rumors here and there, so walk with us for a moment while we take a brief look at the HTC Puccini. A 10-Inch, Honeycomb tablet that looks well -- like every other Honeycomb tablet out there to date. So what sets this tablet apart from all the others?

We'll start with the connectivity options since it's rumored to be making use of LTE powered by AT&T. Yes, it will be making use of AT&T's real 4G network when released. Plus, considering it is an HTC tablet it's also suggested to be making use of HTC Scribe technology so that fancy pen from HTC Flyer may be usable on more then one device if this tablet comes to market.

The rest of details still remain a mystery for this device but -- we're pretty sure we'll hear more eventually. These things always have a tendency to be unwrapped ahead of schedule on a much grander scale.

Source: PocketNow

 

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HTC Puccini: A 10-Inch LTE tablet headed to AT&T?

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hmmm maybe if it was on vzw 4g lte....i mean we all know att's att will be like their 2g when it rolls, and then itl be broken, and they'll be like but we need more money!

they announced it along time ago, AT&T is going to have 2 4G's so that they can greatly deploy faster(in the future) HSPA+ and in more concentrated areas have LTE but none of this really matters to me since my town still dosen't have 3G even though we are in between 2 major towns, have 2 universities, and has a population of over 20,000 people which is fairly substantial for louisiana, but they have said that it would be up mid-2011 but they have already postponed it 5 times, it was originally september 2010

they announced it along time ago, AT&T is going to have 2 4G's so that they can greatly deploy faster(in the future) HSPA+ and in more concentrated areas have LTE but none of this really matters to me since my town still dosen't have 3G even though we are in between 2 major towns, have 2 universities, and has a population of over 20,000 people which is fairly substantial for louisiana, but they have said that it would be up mid-2011 but they have already postponed it 5 times, it was originally september 2010