Not to be left behind by the likes of Motorola and LG, HTC is jumping on the Honeycomb bandwagon with the likely-named HTC Puccini. The 10-inch tablet will support AT&T’s 4G LTE network, will run Android 3.0 Honeycomb, and it could launch between now and December — depending on how optimistic you are. That’s about all we know at this point, folks.
I’m almost certain Puccini won’t be the launch name for this tablet, (at least not in the US, where we might mistake it for the latest pasta recipe), but that doesn’t mean we can’t speculate about what this tablet will be all about. According to trusty Wikipedia, Giacomo Puccini was a famous Italian opera composer. Will the HTC Puccini have a musical twist to it? Only the good people at HTC know.
Tomorrow is the biggest Android-related event of the year, thus it’s hard to not link any Android news to it. Could the HTC Puccini be a Nexus tablet? More importantly, is this what Google will give out to developers? Just food for thought.