Huawei has just launched their brand new 7-inch MediaPad, and it's running the new Android 3.2. It won't be the only one; the new Honeycomb will bring on real Android amenities to a whole range of tablets jonesing for some love.
Huawei's tablet, which you can expect in the coming weeks, comes with a 1.2Ghz Qualcomm dual-core processor, a 217 pixels-per-inch IPS touchscreen, front and rear-facing cameras for those sweet Skype sessions, and 8GB of internal storage. 3.2 will take advantage of both the processor and the screen size in a way Honeycomb wasn't originally able to, bringing it closer to perhaps being a tablet meant for humans. The same could be said for the other slates like the HTC Flyer, although that depends on how quickly HTC can port it.