Author: John Scheible
who popped up in some very official looking photos this week. The Puccini is a 10" tablet, HTC's first, running Honeycomb (presumably 3.1 or 3.2). The tablet has been seen hanging around the FCC where it showed off AT&T's LTE bands. We haven't heard anything official on AT&T's LTE network, but if its cleared the FCC, the Puccini can't be too far off. Next up we have the HTC Ruby, another definitely Android device. We don't know too much about this one yet other than that it is destined for T-Mobile. There is a similarity in the camera interface in a leaked photo to that on the MyTouch 4G Slide. Because of this, we are speculating it may be the newest MyTouch phone, but only time will tell. To top it all off we have the HTC Ignite (a recently leaked Windows Phone) and a slew of new codenames HTC just trademarked. So our count so far is 2 Android devices and 1 WP7. That is a majority all right, but only 3 devices. That means HTC's cooking up some fancy new Android toys for us that will be here before Christmas. [via SlashGear]
rumored to be Galaxy S II. Turns out this wasn't the Android we were looking for. The super slim Galaxy S II Attain will (presumably) stay as skinny as the original when it launches AT&T in the coming future
keeping an eye on Samsung through our handy little telescope and we've spied a little bit of movement. Samsung has officially launched a landing page where you can sign up to receive email updates regarding the Galaxy S II's arrival in the United States.
the Galaxy R, is supposed to be getting official soon. A video showing off the Galaxy R and its Super LCD screen has found its way over to YouTube. The Galaxy R, also known as the Galaxy Z is meant to be a cheaper alternative to the sexier (if not a bit more cost inhibitive) Galaxy S II.
available for pre-order at T-Mobile. Wal-Mart has decided to one-up them though by offering a pre-order for the fancy new slider for half of T-Mobile's price (with a new contract of course).