The AT&T bound HTC Puccini Honeycomb tablet will be hitting markets in the near future and will be the first tablet for the carrier with LTE support, according to a new report.
AT&T’s LTE network is launching in five cities this summer and the company has just begun shipping its first two LTE devices, a WWAN modem and hotspot connect. The slate, which was previously reported to be re-branded HTC Jetstream will be the first tablet PC device to run on the carrier’s new LTE network.
The slate will pack a 1.5GHz dual-core processor alongside 1GB of RAM. The AT&T Jetstream will be Honeycomb-based and come in at least a 16GB version. The HTC tablet will sport a 10.1-inch WXGA touchpanel and an 8MP rear-facing camera.
The report did not indicate if the Puccini/Jetstream will have N-trig pen support. However, images indicate the Puccini has the same pen bezel icon as the Flyer, which is used to call up the tablet’s pen functions.