Sources connected to LG Electronics have confirmed that the company will debut a Honeycomb tablet during CES 2011, an event that starts January 6th in Las Vegas. The new device will feature an 8.9 inch display and rumors claim that we’ll also see a 10 inch version out there.
The product is considered an answer to the Samsung Galaxy Tab, as the 7 inch slate already passed the 1,000,000 unit mark in the US and its price is now below $500. Korea Times says that the new LG tablet will run Honeycomb, although they mention it as Android 3.0 and we’ve already heard that Honeycomb will in fact be Android 2.4.
LG also brings an auto-stereoscopic 3D mobile display at CES, a technology destined for drivers who will watch 3D video billboards.