HTC is planning to release its 10.1-inch Puccini media tablet in June, according to a report from PCMag.
The company plans to start the large-scale production of the Android-based tablet from June and make it available to customers as earliest as possible.
Reports say that the tablet will run on Google Android 3.0.1 “Honeycomb” and will feature a dual-core 1.5 GHz Qualcomm MM8660 processor. It will also support AT&T LTE 4G and HTC’s Scribe Pen.
The 10.1-inch touch panel of the tablet will be equipped with resistive as well as capacitive touch capabilities. AU Optronics (AUO) and Wintek will supply the panels.
Reports suggest the tablet might be undergoing final testing presently before mass production. Moreover, as Puccini is said to be the code name of the tablet so it should not be a surprise if the final device name is changed.
HTC recently released its Flyer tablet with Android 2.3.3 “Gingrebread” OS. Specifications of the this tablet, which include Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi, 32 GB Flash memory, 1 GB Memory, 4000 mAh battery, and two cameras, suggest what users can expect in Puccini.