We've been treated to several shots of both the HTC Puccini hardware and software over the past month or two, but one thing we still don't know (besides availability info) is what the 10-inch slate will be called when it arrives on AT&T. Today that mystery can finally be put to rest. A pair of new Puccini screenshots have been posted by the folks over at Pocketnow and, as you can see in the image above, the device identifies itself as the "HTC Jetstream." You can find another shot showing off one of the Puccini/Jetstream's home screens below.
For those interested in a Jetstream spec refresher, the slate's rumored to be packing a 10-inch 800x1280 display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, Android Honeycomb beneath HTC's Sense UI, and AT&T LTE connectivity. There's no word yet on a possible release date for the Jetstream, but the 4G-packing slate did pass through the FCC last month, so that's one less obstacle standing between HTC's tablet and store shelves.