Things are picking up pace with HTC’s next tablet venture – the Puccini. In fact, as per the latest reports coming in from the smartphone maker, the tablet has nearly completed the requisite testing, so mass production might kick off from as early as this June. This will be followed by the official launch, which is likely to take place in July. With this being the current state of affairs with the Puccini tablet, one can also perhaps expect a working version of the tablet put up on display at the upcoming Computex event, scheduled to kick off at the end of this month.
As for the tablet itself, the Puccini will be based on the Qualcomm MSM8660 1.5 GHz processor. The tablet will, in all probability, run Android 3.0.1 and will be able to reach to both resistive and capacitive touch. The tablet will also include a touch pen that the company claims will work well with specific software and specified areas. Reports also point out its Wintek and AU Optronics that will be supplying the 10.1 inch touch panels that will incorporate both the capacitive and resistive touchscreen technology.
Expect to hear more of the tablet at the Computex event.
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