Puccini, AT&T’s First 4G LTE Tablet!
HTC’s long alleged next tablet might be around the corner. The tablet is codenamed HTC Puccini. The tablet is named after an Italian composer Giacomo Puccini who was a composer and his operas are most frequently performed around the globe.
The tablet conceded through FCC today, indicating an impending initiate. The HTC Puccini would be AT&T’s first 4G LTE tablet. According to the FCC reports, Puccini runs on AT&T’s 3G (WCDMA bands II and V) but it also supports the carrier’s brand new LTE network (both 700 and 1700MHz bands).
This sounds like the palpable reason; AT&T delayed the tablet’s release earlier this year, since AT&T started the expansion of its 4G LTE network lately. Specifications are unverified, of course; however as expected, HTC will go for a 1.5Ghz Qualcomm MSM8660 dual core processor or may for an option like Nvidia’s Tegra 2.
Puccini will come with Honeycomb (Android’s tablet optimized version).The Puccini will also sport a 10-inch 1280×800-resolution screen and support for 720p HD video which will certainly boast a multi-touch and stylus capable display.
The company’s thinking to look for idiosyncratic features like special stylus controller and a proprietary interface that can lead the tablet in the current sprint of futuristic tablets. We will all have to wait and see if the HTC Puccini does As well as Giacomo Puccini’s master pieces…
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