Remember the rumours of HTC's upcoming 10.1" HoneyComb tablet called Puccini? Well, throw that name away and remember this name instead - JetStream - that's the new name for HTC's first ever 10.1" HoneyComb tablet. The HTC JetStream is a 10.1" HoneyComb tablet which is 4G LTE ready and it is offered by AT&T at the moment for a whooping $849.99 (outright) or $699.99 for a 2 year contract with AT&T.
The HTC JetStream is powered by a 1.5 Ghz Dual-Core Qualcomm processor, 1 GB of RAM with 32 GB of internal storage and is expandable via microSD (up to another 32 GB for a total of 64 GB). Now get this - the device is powered by a huge 7300 mAh battery which is rated to last for at least 12 hours of usage! That's not all, on the camera side, it sports an 8MP rear shooter with dual flash and a 1.3MP front shooter for video conferencing purposes. The JetStream is slated to run on HoneyComb 3.1 with HTC's Sense UI.
Looking at the specs it is pretty high-end but is it worth the price? Especially with news of Nvidia's Kal-EL chipset slated to be out sometime this year in Q4 with the successor of the ASUS EEE Pad Transformer? We'll know soon enough. If you already own an Android HoneyComb tablet, I seriously do not encourage you to get a new one to replace your existing one anytime soon at the rate things are going at the moment.
Source : Android Central