Another look at the HTC Puccini tablet here by way of BGR, except this time the pictures aren’t blurry as all hell. It’s a picture of the device inside of a full leather case. The front doesn’t show much at all save for the AT&T logo that corroborates earlier rumors of its arrival at Ma Bell. On the back is an 8 megapixel camera, dual-LED flash and speaker grills. It’s believed that the Puccini will be sporting a 1.5GHz dual-core processor to run Honeycomb. There’s also reason to believe that a digitized stylus – like the one that can be purchased alongside the Flyer – will be compatible.
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