AT&T has officially announced the 10″ HTC Jet Stream tablet. This is AT&T’s first 4G/LTE capable tablet. It will be available at AT&T Core stores on September 4th (that’s Sunday) for just $850 off contract and $700 on a new 2 year agreement. That can be compared to the tried and proven, Samsung Galaxy Tab
Pocketnow is reporting that a new HTC Android device is in the works codenamed Runnymede. We’re not sure what’s prompting the latest round of HTC code names but Puccini (their 10 inch tablet) is an Italian operatic composer, while Runnymede is a meadow on the South Bank of the Thames River. After you read some
The widely rumored 10″ HTC Puccini tablet was shown up in a full picture thanks to the folks at Engadget. The Engadget photo clearly shows a 10″, Honeycomb Android tablet by HTC. As we’ve already heard the HTC tablet, code named “Puccini” is headed to AT&T and will be the first tablet for AT&T’s 4G/LTE
Pocketnow has gotten their hands on a fresh set of images for HTC’s new 10″ tablet codenamed “Puccini”. First things first though, we can drop Puccini because the images show that the 10″ tablet will be called the “Jetstream” on AT&T. This actually makes sense because the 7″ HTC Android tablet was dubbed “The Flyer”.
BGR evidently had a big party this morning… Not only did they get their hands on early pics of the Samsung Galaxy S II variant coming to AT&T but they also got their hands on press pics for the upcoming HTC Puccini 10″ tablet. There aren’t a lot of details on the HTC Puccini tablet,
Androidcentral is reporting by way of Engadget that the FCC has just cleared HTC’s 10″ tablet codenamed “Puccini”. All that the FCC filing could tell us is that the HTC Puccini is headed to a GSM carrier (possibly AT&T) and has a 4G/LTE radio as well. AT&T plans to light up five major cities with