September 18, 2014

HTC Puccini – New Tablet From HTC

After release of HTC Flyer in the May this year, HTC is planning to release another new tablet product Puccini. HTC has officially announced the product but didn’t release the images of the product how it looks. Now the leaked images of the Puccini are revolving around the web. Two images were leaked one showing the tablet placed in the leather case and other one showing the back of the Puccini.

Processor & Display

HTC Puccini

If we look at the Features and specifications it has a 10 inch display with 1280×800 pixel resolution which supports 4G LTE radio carrier. This tablet is expected to be manufactured with 1.5GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 processor along with Adreno 205 graphics chip where HTC Flyer came with 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. There is a AT&T logo on this tablet which means the tablet works with AT&T carrier.

Image and Video Recording

HTC Puccini

When we look at the image featuring the back side of the tablet it is clear that it is going to come with 8MP camera with dual-LED flash and it could output the videos taken by this tablet output with full HD 1080p resolution because of Adreno 205 graphics chip,  there is camera in the front end for video calling.

Operating System

The Honey Comb Android version is designed for the tablets which are having a 10 inch screen display, so without any question we can expect the full-fledged Android v3.2 from this tablet. Some of the features of Android v3.2 include – maximum number widgets can be optimized across the home screen, the fixed size applications can be zoomed for better view and media can be synchronized from the SD card to tablets memory.

Addition Features

This tablet could be packed with some common features what a tablet’s should have like USB connectivity, GPRS, EDGE, Bluetooth, WI-Fi and 4G data connectivity. The internal memory is expected to be 32GB with 2GB RAM support. The expected release date of this product is not confirmed yet.

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  1. Image suggests that, this tablet from HTC is very thin (like iPad 2)

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