After having seen what HTC’s next offering in the 10 inch tablet segment, the Puccini, will be like, here are some more images providing us with a greater insight on the upcoming tablet. Among the most prominent aspects that the images reveal is that the tablet is destined to arrive on AT&T’s network, making the Puccini the first 4G tablet from AT&T. So apart from a few bloatware applications that the images reveal the tablet comes pre-loaded with, the presence of AT&T Code Scanner, AT&T MyText, and AT&T FamilyMap does prove the carrier being the telecom partner. Then there are a few games, such as the Cordy and Let’s Golf 2. However, Scribe does not seem to come pre-loaded with the tablet, which means the stylus might not have as big a role to play with the Puccini as it has with the Flyer.
There is no word yet as to when the tablet might be launched, though it’s expected to be ready towards the festive season. In between, there will undoubtedly be a few more leaks coming our way. Stay tuned.
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