Boy Genius Report is offering a glimpse of the front and back of the device. Not much is confirmed by the pictures, but we do know the tablet will feature an 8-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash, stereo speakers, and perhaps a textured finish on the back side. The HTC Scribe also makes an appearance in one image, all but confirming the digital stylus technology for the unit.
Previous reports for the HTC Puccini lean toward a dual-core processor, Android Honeycomb OS, and the custom tablet version of HTC Sense UI. The tablet recently made its way through the FCC where it showed support for AT&T's 4G HSPA+ network.
I'm a big fan of the HTC Flyer and its 7-inch display, but there are times where I find myself wanting a larger screen. The Puccini has the makings of a stellar tablet experience as it combines Sense UI and Honeycomb support with a 10-inch display and HTC's build quality.