HTC is getting ready to launch its first 10-inch Android-powered tablet, and so far we’ve only known it by its codename Puccini. However, we now know that the HTC Puccini tablets which will be sold by AT&T will in fact be called HTC Jetstream.
It’s unclear at this point what brand will be used for non-AT&T sales, although PocketNow speculates that it may be Skyrocket, based on recent trademark filings by HTC. Anyway, it is entirely possible that Puccini was just a codename and won’t get to be an official name.
The HTC Jetstream will have ‘real’ 4G (LTE) support on board, and will probably be out in September or October, according to the latest reports on the matter.
The tablet is rumored to have a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor, an 8 MP camera, dual speakers, and the same digital pen that the HTC Flyer has.
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