It wasn’t too long ago that the tech world first got the news of a bigger 10.1 inch tablet being developed at HTC facilities. Interestingly, named Puccini (after the famous opera composer of the 19th and 20th century), the tablet will be the first Honeycomb attempt from HTC and its going to be in the league of the iPad, the XOOM, and the Galaxy Tab 2.
Now that more information is coming out on the Puccini, the 10.1 inch HTC tablet is proving itself to be a contender. It will have a 1.5 GHz Qualcomm MSM86 dual core processor, while the display resolution will be more Honeycomb tablet-like at 1280 x 800 pixel. Also, as has been already mentioned before, the Puccini will be compliant with the AT&T 4G LTE network.
There is a lot more about the HTC Honeycomb tablet that is still under wraps, and there are many who are eager to find out why HTC chose the name Puccini – the famous composer of operas such as ‘Madama Butterfly’ or the ‘La Boheme.’
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