The latest in a longline of HTC Puccini leaks has made its way out onto the web, suggesting that HTC's Honeycomb-powered 10-incher could launch on AT&T as the "Jetstream". The latest shots seem to show a more recent build of HTC's tablet software, which is now looking a lot more Sensey than in previously-leaked images. Eagle-eyed readers will also notice AT&T's 4G logo down in the notification area.
Rumored specifications for the Puccini, or Jetstream as we may eventually come to know it, include a 1.2-1.5 GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM and a standard 1280x800 display. Plausible specs, but still nowhere near officially confirmed.
We hope we won't have to wait too long to get our hands on HTC's first Honeycomb tablet -- our fingers are firmly crossed for an announcement at the manufacturer's upcoming European shindig in a couple of weeks...
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