Newly Leaked HTC Jetstream (Puccini) Pics – AT&T 4G LTE Confirmed


Looks like the boys over at Engadget found themselves these juicy pics of AT&T’s upcoming HTC Jetstream (better known as the Puccini) complete with 4G LTE branding on its rear. The device should be rolling out sometime in the very near future and looks to be AT&T’s flagship tablet for taking advantage of their upcoming LTE network.

This 10.1-inch Honeycomb tablet will feature HTC’s Sense UI 3.0, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8MP rear/2MP front facing cameras with dual-LED flash and I have a feelin’ we’ll see support the HTC Scribe pen as well. What do you guys think? With all the new tablets releasing this year, will the HTC Jetstream find a way into your hearts/wallet?

[Via Engadget]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. Why does it have phone and messaging apps?

    1. Skype. Or some other video calling service.

  2. Depends…Is it going to be $99?!?! ;-)

    1. And can we port Android to it? o_O

      1. Android would be great but I think its gonna have this sense something or other on it.

        1. You guys have to be joking… It’s a Honeycomb (Android OS) tablet running Sense 3.0

          1. It’s called sarcasm, you should try it sometime, its quite effective.

    2. I would like to officially announce project Jet-WebOS. who wants to help?! :)

  3. a sea of boring static icons.

  4. Hopefully they won’t price it out of reach.

  5. Its mine if it comes wifi only don’t care about 4g its doesn’t exist. Plus wifi coverage in my area is way faster and its irony sponsored by the town.

  6. Wow.. that.. bezel….

  7. looks like the display is either curved or has rubber feet on each side, looks pretty nice

  8. Nice toy, nice specs. But not dazzling for today. I would guess that it won’t spread too wide if it runs over 300 or so.

    1. what tablet currently out has better specs than this…thats what i thought

  9. An LTE device with no LTE network to run in. Brilliant.

  10. I do not own any honeycomb tablets but I am surprised that it has the Phone/Dialer icon as well as the messaging app as was previously mentioned. Does That mean it might make calls without SIP because that’s the native phone app/system. When you use third-party apps like Skype, Fring, Nimbuzz, etc you get a dialer within the app or have to download one like Go Dialer or many other ones that work with SIP or G.V..

  11. Just glad I could get this one on AT&T. And please let their be WiFi version as well. 8MP you can’t beat that with the Ipad.XOOM.Galaxy II Tab. or any other models

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