With a wave of new Android tablets coming shortly, you'd expect Google to release the tablet-friendly Honeycomb some time early next year. There's already been one rumor stating that Google will release Android 2.4/3.0 in February of next year, bu an unsourced rumor from Digitimes claims that we'll be waiting just a bit longer. After running through the tablet plans for companies like Asustek and MSI, the blog says that Google will release "Android 3.0 in March."
Motorola seems poised to unveil their Honeycomb-powered tablet, possibly named Xoom, in less than two weeks at CES, so you have to imagine that Google wouldn't wait much longer than than to launch the new version of the Android OS. If I had to choose a rumor to side with, I'd probably go with the February launch, simply because I don't think that the big G is going to wait two months to push out Android 2.4/3.0, whichever it turns out to be. Care to throw out your guess as to when Honeycomb will see the light of day?