After recently revealing several of its internal components via documents submitted to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the HTC Puccini is unveiling more of itself through leaked images sent to tech blog Boy Genius Report.

Among other things, the image of the HTC Puccini’s front shows the HTC logo at the left corner and the AT&T logo on the right corner. There also seems to be a front-facing camera, just a little bit off center on the top edge. The presence of the stylus pen on the image also seems to suggest that the HTC Puccini will support stylus-based input. The HTC Flyer, HTC’s earlier 7-inch tablet, had the same capability for stylus input. So, it comes as no surprise for us to see possible stylus input support in the HTC Puccini.

The image of the HTC Puccini’s back shows an elegant back cover, with a lattice-like pattern occupying almost half of the back. The camera array is positioned at the top right and includes an 8-megapixel shooter and dual-LED flash. This gives us the idea about the HTC Puccini’s potential for hi-resolution photo snapping.

The HTC Puccini also appears to be carrying stereo speakers and a microphone.

Recently sighted FCC documents showed that the tablet has GSM, WCDMA, and 4G/LTE capabilities onboard. It also appears heading towards AT&T. Earlier reports say that it will run a 1.5-GHz, dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8660 sweetened with Android 3.2 Honeycomb, and on top of it will be HTC’s homebrewn user interface, HTC Sense.

Having just made it through the FCC, the HTC Puccini’s release date is surely just around the corner. Rumors point to a release date some time before end of summer. It is reasonable to speculate that August might be the month for the Puccini’s arrival.

Since no word has been given yet about its price, what do you think is a comfortable price range for the HTC Puccini?

Image credit: Boy Genius Report