HTC Puccini is the latest device leaked by the Taiwanese maker and detailed by Pocketnow, who are familiar with the scoop. Turns out that a March leak mentioned that this slate should be shipping sometime in June for a yet unknown price.


Puccini is supposed to be an Android 3.x Honeycomb tablet, supporting HTC’s Scribe capacitive pen input technology. Also, it will be coming to AT&T, with full support for the carrier’s true 4G LTE network. If we analyze the codename, we can only think that this will be a music device, since Giacomo Puccini was an opera composer.

A 10 inch Honeycomb tablet with LTE surely sounds like good stuff and for the right price, it could be a hit.

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