The HTC Puccini will become Jetstream once it is launched in the US, which is likely to happen before the end of 2011. Also, the tablet will have 4G capability with AT&T as the telecom partner and it’s likely to be Long Term Evolution and not the HSPA+ 3G that AT&T has been claiming as 4G.
For the international market there is every chance for the HTC Jetstream/Puccini to be known by a different name. Much like HTC Flyer goes in most other countries as the HTC Evo View 4G from Sprint. For other specifications of the Jetstream, it would have a 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor and Scribe pen input for its 10-inch screen. It also expected to come with a range topping 8 MP camera integrated at the rear while the OS could either be Android 3.1 or 3.2. This would entail a layer of HTC Sense for the first time on Android Honeycomb.