The 10.1-inch Honeycomb tablet will be available this week for AT&T customers.
We’ve been reporting about the HTC Puccini for quite some time already, and finally the first Honeycomb tablet by the Taiwanese HTC has been made official by American carrier AT&T, branded HTC Jetstream. The tablet will be available already this week, but we don’t know if and when it will land to other markets. Let’s see its technical specs.
The LTE compatible Android 3.1 Honeycomb slate spots a 10.1 WXGA (1280×768) display and a dual-core 1.5GHz third generation Snapdragon processor, an 8Mpx camera with dual-LED flash and capability to capture 1080p videos, a 1.3Mpx front-facing camera, and a 7300mAh battery. There is a special version of the HTC Sense UX specifically designed for tablets, and besides all the HTC services and applications (Locations, Watch, Friendstream and more) the tablet is compatible with the magic pen and HTC Scribe technology we already found in the HTC Flyer (View 4G). There’s no mention of the available internal memory (probably 32GB) which can be extended up to extra 32GB via microSD.
We definitely hope to see the HTC Jetstream coming also to Europe soon, as it’s already rumored it will renamed Skyrocket.