A registration page for the second Honeycomb tablet to come to the market has popped up on T-Mobile US, prompting hopes that the same might happen in the UK fairly soon via Everything Everywhere.
The tablet, which was announced at the beginning of the month at CES 2011, is a 4G capable model that runs on Google Android 3.0 (Honeycomb). It will come with the "latest Google mobile innovations" and has a theoretical download speed of up to 21Mbps.
The tablet will benefit from redesigned Gmail and Youtube user interfaces that provide with a more iPad-esque look. T-Mobile has also put together a number of videos depicting the tablet device here.
Although there are no hardware details currently available, one can expect it to run on a Tegra 2 platform, not unlike the other Honeycomb tablet, the Motorola Xoom, with a 10-inch HD-ready resolution.
Both Motorola and LG will almost certainly introduce 3G-only versions of their tablet devices for non-US markets. It also brings up an interesting question - is there any reason why Google doesn't want Honeycomb tablets to compete with the iPad on 3G networks?