There hasn't been much in the way of leaks when it comes to HTC's Scribe tablet, but a new rumor suggests that all we need to know about it will be revealed soon. According to "Taiwan-based makers of components," HTC is planning to reveal the Scribe to the world at Mobile World Congress in February. Additionally, the report claims that the device will feature a 7-inch screen and Android 3.0, meaning it'll likely have a dual-core processor, as well.
Considering how many Android devices have come from HTC since the platform's inception, it shouldn't come as a surprise that they're planning to release a tablet featuring Honeycomb. While there will be several Android tablets unveiled at CES, I have a feeling that a lot of consumers will wait to see what HTC's device has in store before finally committing to a tablet purchase. Considering that this is the company that put out devices like Nexus One and EVO 4G, I certainly can't blame them.