HTC Puccini Tablet

HTC Puccini

HTC Puccini Tablet

HTC brings in a grand brand new phone- the HTC Puccini, packed with a beautiful display and a powerful camera, just to name a few of the high-end features it is armed with.

HTC’s Puccini, officially released as HTC Jetstream, released this August, is distributed by AT&T, the same company that distributes Apple’s products, mainly the iPhone and iPad. Jetstream comes with LTE(Long Term Evolution) promising to  further increase the speed and capacity of networking.

HTC also comes with a GPS(Global Positoning System) for navigation, which comes very handy when travelling to unknown places.

The processor is supported by Adreno 220 GPU for better graphical displays. The camera comes with Auto focus and Touch to focus technology with dual LED for a bright flash, giving good pictures even in dim day light and night. The HTC Pucinni’s camera is one of the best seen in any tablet.

The accelerometer sensor allows use of the tablet in both potrait and landscape mode. It also comes with a stylus for taking notes and drawing images.


  • Screen: 10.1-inch WXGA(Wide Extended Graphics Array) LCD Capacitive multi-touchscreen
  • Dimensions: 251 mm  x 178 mm x 13 mm
  • Screen resolution: 1280 x 768 pixels with a pixel density of 148 ppi(pixels per inch)
  • Operating System:  Android 3.1 (Honeycomb)
  • Processor: 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon dual-core processor
  • Storage: 1GB RAM, 32GB internal permanent storage
  • Camera: Rear: 8MP Front: 1.3 MP, Video camera has a 1920×1080 (1080p HD) resolution with 30 fps(frames per second), giving high quality videos.
  • Bluetooth: Version 3.0
  • Networking: Supports EDGE, 2G, 3G and even 4G with LTE. Supports SIM card, Wifi: 802.11 a/b/g/n
  • Battery: 7300 mAh, Stand-by time of 37.5 days, 12 hours for average usage*
  • Weight: 907 g
  • Audio: Built in stereo speakers plus subwoofer, mic and 3.5 mm standard stereo headphone jack.
  • Price: $700(approx. Rs. 37000)

*claimed by AT&T

The Opinion:

The HTC Puccini is a very good tablet with a lot of features packed in it. However, the price is little bit too much, given that HTC has already suffered the failure of Xoom earlier this year. If the price tag is left out, you ought to consider Puccini if you are looking for a tab with great features.