No one is quite sure what version of Android the tablet will ship with. Some reports suggest Android 2.3, but if that's the case then we're sure an update to the tablet-focussed Android 3.0 will be imminent.
The new specs tell us to expect a 7-inch 1024x600 resolution screen, Qualcomm Snapdragon processor (on a par with that of the Desire HD – no dual-core goodness here) and HDMI with DLNA enabled for wirelessly streaming videos and music.
It's no surprise that video calling looks to be a key feature given the 1.3-megapixel front-mounted camera.
However, the source claims that no calls will be carried out over GSM (despite super-3G being present); rather, there'll be a dedicated Skype app through which all calls will take place.
The rear-mounted camera is better quality, with a 5-megapixel sensor and LED flash.
HTC Sense and sensibility
HTC Sense has also received a minor makeover, with some small tweaks apparently giving it a "desktop feel" more appropriate to the tablet form; no word on whether or not it will be renamed HTC Sensation though.
If the source is to be believed, HTC is also beavering away on a 10-inch slate intended for a release in the second half of the year.