The elusive HTC Puccini has appeared once again on the web, this time in the form of a rendering from the team at BGR. As you can see in the image it will support stylus input much like the HTC Flyer. As it will be going to AT&T, it will run on 850MHz as we reported earlier, so we may see HTC’s 10-inch beast make it to Australia on either Telstra or Vodafone. BGR suggest it will run on a 1.5GHz CPU as well as a tablet-friendly variation of Sense UI. We’re hoping HTC can make an excellent Honeycomb tablet, because we’re yet to see one. Render of the rear of the Puccini after the break.
HTC Puccini render hits the web, will support stylus input