Looks like the guys and gals at PocketNow got a little tip slipped their way today. The picture you see above is apparently the HTC Puccini (more on the name later), a new Honeycomb tablet made in collaboration between HTC and AT&T which will use AT&T's 4G network. The 4G network will reportedly be of the LTE variety and not the faux 4G HSPA+ one.
Not much else is known except that it will likely have a 10in screen and presumably make use of the HTC Scribe pen.
The name Puccini comes from the 19th/20th Opera composer Giacomo Puccini, which could hint that the tablet may have some sort of music production/consumption edge to it that may make it an interesting device.
Is anyone looking forward to HTC's first Honeycomb tablet? Worried there may be a bit too much Sense included? Or maybe your excited at what they may do with it? Hit the comments below to let us know.