Last we heard, DigiTimes had an unconfirmed report out stating that HTC is preparing an Android 3.0 slate for release in 2011. Now, the company’s CEO was interviewed recently and spoke about the tablet plans of the Taiwanese giant. Peter Chou said that they want to cater to the needs of the consumer, either through big screen or tiny display devices.

Tablets were also mentioned, as well as Windows and Android, as OS alternatives. Google’s Honeycomb seems to be the focus of the company, that will incorporate in the new device the Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, a multitouch 1280 x 720 pixel display, 32GB of SSD, 2GB storage, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS.

There are all speculations right now, as well as the Q2 2011 launch date of the HTC Android tablet. We’ll see if the device also supports 4G/LTE and is able to compete with the hot Motorola Everest we’ve been seeing so much lately.