HTC’s Puccini tablet hits the FCC, supports AT&T’s new LTE network
Rumors of an HTC tablet codenamed the “Puccini” have been floating around for months. Today, it appears that the Puccini has made its first appearance on the FCC with the model name PG09410.
FCC filings don’t give us a very good look at the Puccini, save for the label location photo above. But FCC Test Reports do reveal that the Puccini will support AT&T’s brand new LTE network on both 700 and 1700MHz bands, likely making the device AT&T’s first LTE tablet. The Puccini also supports AT&T’s existing 3G (WCDMA bands II and V) network, of course.
The Puccini, which we’re guessing is named after Italian composer Giacomo Antonio Domenico Michele Secondo Maria Puccini, is rumored to feature a dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm processor, 10-inch screen with a 1280 x 800 resolution, and Android 3.0.1. Image leaks of the device’s interface show a HTC Sense-like interface that resembles the HTC Flyer’s Sense 3.0 skin.
The Puccini was originally rumored to be launching in June, but obviously that wasn’t the case. Neither HTC nor AT&T has released any information about the tablet so far, but today’s FCC filing does suggest that the device will launch in the next couple of months.