HTC’s upcoming 10 inch Android tablet will be available from AT&T as the HTC Jetstream. For the past few months we’ve been seeing leaked photos and software screenshots of a device called the HTC Puccini, but it appears that was simply an internal code name.
But according to the latest leak, courtesy of PocketNow, when the tablet actually hits the streets later this year, it looks like it will be called the Jetstream, or at leas that’s what the AT&T version will be called.
AT&T will offer the 10 inch tablet with a 4G LTE radio for mobile broadband access. The tablet will run Google Android 3.x Honeycomb and it’s expected to launch later this year.
HTC is expected to offer the tablet with a capacitive multitouch display and a digital pen for writing and drawing, much like the one that comes with the HTC Flyer 7 inch Android tablet.
If HTC smartens up and releases a WiFi only version, I am all in!
What? Have these guys not learned that chaining tablets to carriers is not a successful strategy? Why can’t the US be like other Asian (and European countries?) where devices are not locked to any specific carrier?
Aren’t we supposed to be the land of the free?
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