The tablet wars have been fierce this year, but there’s one manufacturer that still hasn’t jumped in with two feet. One of the most recognized Android device manufacturers, HTC, still hasn’t released a Honeycomb tablet. The HTC Flyer was promised an OTA update to the tablet-optimized Android version, but word about this update has been scarce lately. HTC is known for making quality devices, and fans have probably been waiting for a Honeycomb tablet for some time.
We’ve been hearing rumors about the 10-inch HTC Puccini for a while now; it’s even passed through the FCC with AT&T radios. We certainly can not wait to know more about this tablet. Luckily, it looks like it might be unveiled soon.
HTC has been sending invitations to the press about an event scheduled for September 1. The invitation itself betrays no details as to what the event could be about, but there are no major devices expected. Could this be the unveiling of the HTC Puccini? Or maybe a device we don’t know about yet?
A guy can dream. And whether it’s September 1 or not, we sure hope HTC’s Honeycomb tablet is revealed soon. Rumored specs include a 10.1-inch screen, a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor (1.2-1.5 GHz), front-facing camera, 8 MP rear-facing camera and even support for the HTC Scribe stylus pen.
Keep your eyes and ears open for more details, and let’s see what HTC has for us on September 1. Do you guys think it is the Puccini, or another device?