Back in January, AT&T unveiled its intentions to introduce no less than 12 new Android devices before the end of 2011. One of them may be an unannounced HTC tablet.
According to Pocket Now, the tablet is currently called HTC Puccini, and a version of it could be one of the first tablets to support AT&T’s upcoming LTE network (which should be up and running sometime later this year).
Apparently, this is what the HTC Puccini looks like:
There’s no word on the specs of the new tablet, but it seems to be bigger than the HTC Flyer – so maybe it has a 10 inch display, like the Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, and Acer Iconia A501 (which was announced by AT&T at CES 2011).
When (and if) launched, the HTC Puccini will most likely run Android Honeycomb. We’ll bring more info as soon as new details show up.
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