Jul 18 AT 2:22 PM Edgar Cervantes 7 Comments

HTC Puccini passes through FCC, headed straight to AT&T

HTC fans will be happy to know the Taiwan-based manufacturer is soon to release a Honeycomb tablet in the U.S. We’ve heard about the HTC Puccini before, and the rumors are now confirmed; it is indeed headed to AT&T. This tablet has just been filed on the FCC, proving it does come with AT&T radios. Not only is this tablet compatible with AT&T’s 3G data, but it actually sports LTE (AWS 4 and 17) frequencies.

Not much else is known about the HTC Puccini. There are rumors that it comes with a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. This seems very likely, given the close relationship between HTC and Qualcomm. Engadget tells us that, when you compare the size of what looks like a SIM card slot to the whole tablet,estimated measurements suggest a 10-inch tablet. You can also expect Android 3.x Honeycomb, and the below image also shows what seems like a dual speaker setup.

This bad boy should be headed to the streets relatively soon. Are you guys hoping to get the HTC Puccini? Do you prefer the HTC Flyer? Would you rather get another tablet? Maybe you’re waiting for Ice Cream Sandwich? Let us know what you think!

Via: Engadget

Source: FCC

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