HTC Puccini, Rider, Glacier and Holiday leaked

HTC Puccini, Rider, Glacier and Holiday leakedFresh from revealing details about the forthcoming HTC Kingdom smartphone, details have emerged of a further four mobile devices HTC has in the pipelines.

The 10in Puccini tablet is one major eye-opener, but we also now have the Holiday and Glacier smartphones on our radar too, and have learned more about the rumoured 3D-capable Rider supposedly in the works.

We have PocketNow to thank for getting the info out into the wild, and as far as leaks go, this is a good one, with not only product shots of the quartet for us to take in but a few snippets of product info too.

Starting with the Puccini, it features a 10in screen as opposed to the current Flyer tablet's 7in effort, and is also set to run Android 3.0 Honeycomb, rather than the Gingerbread found on the Flyer. It's also being tipped to support the Magic Pen capacitive stylus like its smaller-screened stablemate.

PocketNow reckons the slate will run on AT&T's 4G LTE network in the US, though we're not sure what that means for any plans to bring the Puccini to the UK.

Moving on to the smartphones, and more news on the 3D-capable Rider that first hit the rumour mill a couple of weeks ago. It seems we're looking at a 1.2GHz Scorpion processor, 1GB of RAM, a 4.3in qHD display and full 1080p recording and playback in both 2D and 3D.

Suggestions are that the Rider is a Europe-bound equivalent to the HTC Evo 3D that was announced for the US a month or so ago.

The Glacier is supposedly a UK-friendly version of the T-Mobile myTouch 4G, another US-only handset. If so, it'll come with a 1GHz processor, a 3.8in WVGA screen and 768MB of RAM.

The only real mystery in the group is the Holiday, with nothing but a rendered product image to go on at this stage.

We expect these are just working titles for the upcoming quartet, so don't be surprised if they're called something else altogether once they hit the shelves.

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