Over the weekend, we saw the Sharp Capa for AT&T leak out and learned that it could be launching sometime very soon. If the Capa didn't tickle your fancy, though, today we've got a couple of new HTC-made Android devices to show you. First up is the HTC Holiday, which is a tad reminiscent of the aging HTC Aria. Details on the Holiday are pretty light, but in the upper right corner of the handset's face, you can see what could be a front-facing camera.
Next to the Holiday is the HTC Puccini, which is allegedly a 10-inch Android tablet that could be one of AT&T's first LTE-enabled products. Like the Holiday, there's not a lot known about the Puccini just yet, but it's expected that it'll feature Honeycomb and perhaps HTC Scribe, as well. As Pocketnow points out, the slate could also have a focus on music since its codename comes from well-known opera composer Giacomo Puccini. A previous leak claimed that the this 10-inch tablet could be coming as soon as June, which is around the same time that we expect AT&T to flip the switch on its LTE network.
Below you can see an image of the HTC Rider, which features by a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 4.3-inch 3D qHD display, 1GB RAM, 1080p 2D and 3D video capture. However, it's expected that the Rider, aka HTC X515E, will launch on Korea Telecom and won't ever make an appearance in the U.S.
Although we don't know much about either the HTC Holiday or the Puccini, their appearances are still pretty exciting. This is especially true for the Puccini, because as of this writing AT&T offers only one Android-powered tablet: the Samsung Galaxy Tab. So, have either of these two new HTC Android products caught your attention?