We all know that HTC Smarthphones have a really high exposure rate, maybe just second to Apple’s portable gadgets. HTC also makes good tablets like HTC Flyer with a 7-inch display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 1.5 GHz single-core CPU, 1GB RAM and Android Gingerbread 2.4 system. Recently we get to know some specifications a new HTC tablet – HTC Puccini, with 10.1-inch display and running on Android 3.2 system. Since it has passed the FCC test days before, so it will not be long before its officially release. It is tailored for AT&T and will probably launch this August.
10.1-inch Touch Screen
HTC Puccini has upgraded the size and resolution of the touch screen to 10.1-inch with 1280×800 resolution compared to HTC Flyer’s 7-inch display with 1024×600 resolution to bring better visual enjoyment. Besides, the hand writing function is reserved so it will be great for non-English speakers to take notes.
A better 8MP camera will be equipped in HTC Puccini with dual-LED, auto focus, Panorama and 1080p HD video recording capability. Though not sure for other specs, but probably the 1.5GHz Sanpdragon MSM 8660 dual-core processor will be seen on HTC Puccini to bring with better system fluency and operation experience.
Android 3.2 System
It will run on the newest version Android 3.2 system when it officially released in August. The new HTC Sense 3.0 UI makes it really comfortable with Android system than the original UI. Other features like GPS, WLAN, Bluetooth, SD card slot and 4G are also available on HTC Puccini.
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