HTC's Flyer marked the company's first foray into the Android tablet world, but a new leak on BGR indicates that it's upgrading from seven inches to ten this time around. Codenamed Puccini, the slate has previously been rumored to pack an 8-megapixel shooter with dual LED flash, stereo speakers, and a dual-core 1.5GHz processor to make sure its Honeycomb-based Android build with HTC Sense runs smoothly. The leaked image lines up nicely with a similar leak from PocketNow in May, which also has a prominent AT&T logo up front. Combine that with a purported LTE radio inside, and we could be looking at one of AT&T's first true 4G devices that isn't a modem. The last notable detail is the presence of a stylus alongside the shiny slate, which means it'll probably employ many of the same pen-input tricks as its smaller screened cousin, the Flyer. Unfortunately the report lacks all important release date details, but with LTE devices already starting to appear on AT&T's network and an eerily similar tablet passing through the FCC recently, it could be sooner than we think.

Source: BGR