DigiTimes: HTC to start Puccini tablet production in June

We recently told you that HTC is planning to launch their first ever Android 3.0 tablet soon and it will be launched by AT&T in USA. We also got some further details on it and so far the tablet looks quite amazing, it will run on a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor and will also feature HTC Scribe technology, which is liked by a lot of people who are using HTC Flyer. DigiTimes is reporting that HTC is planning to begin the volume production of HTC Puccini next month, which means that it will be launched soon. As we already know that the tablet will be compatible with HTC’s touch pen technology, the tablet display will be both resistive and capacitive. HTC is buying 10.1 inch touchscreen panels from a company to begin the production in June. It will feature Android 3.0.1 and as we saw the recent shots of its UI, which proves it that it will also feature Sense UI along with Honeycomb, which will make the experience even more amazing. As DigiTimes said that the stylus will work with specified software, so it looks like that HTC Puccini will also feature HTC Notes and maybe some new software for the stylus.

If the production is starting in June, my guess is that they will officially launch it around the holiday time. So who’s looking forward to HTC Honeycomb tablet, anyone?