that tablet received its 4G support from the carrier's HSPA+ pipelines.
The HTC Puccini LTE is equipped with a 10.1 inch screen, allowing it to compete with the aforementioned Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and other full sized tablets like the Apple iPad 2. The screen's resolution is 1280 x 786 and a Qualcomm MSM8260 dual-core 1.5GHz processor is driving the tablet which has 1GB of RAM aboard. An 8MP camera on back is equipped with AF and dual LED flash while the front-facing shooter weighs in at 1.3MP. 32GB of internal storage can be doubled with a 32GB microSD card and the tablet offers HTC's Scribe Technology which allows you to use a special pen to draw and take notes all over the screen. Android 3.1 is pre-installed on the device.
Rogers has not yet officially introduced the HTC Puccini LTE, so there is no price tag or information on availability. As a point of comparison, as we told you, AT&T is offering the HTC Jetstream for $699.99 with a signed 2-year contract and $849.99 without a pact.