It's been a while since we've heard anything about the HTC Puccini, a 10-inch Android slate reportedly destined for AT&T, but the device may just have made its way through the FCC. A mysterious HTC product carrying the model number PG09410 just passed under the FCC's microscope and, judging by the image you see above that's contained in the agency's report, it's probably safe to assume that we're looking at a tablet of some kind. Add in the fact that this device features 700MHz and 1700MHz LTE connectivity as well as support WCDMA bands II and V, and it looks likely that this indeed the Puccini.
For those that'd like a refresher, the Puccini is rumored to be packing a 10-inch 800x1280 display, dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm processor, and the Honeycomb flavor of Android. There's been no mention as to when the Puccini may be coming to market, but AT&T has said that it'll be launching its LTE network in five markets sometime this summer, so HTC's tablet may be coming soon.