As always, CES remains the premier electronics convention. Also as always, we will certainly see a number of new gadgets debut at next month’s event. This means big things for Android fans, since a number of those devices will undoubtedly run Android OS. We’ve been looking forward to a number of developments, but none perhaps have tantalized the imagination to the degree that Honeycomb tablets and LTE Android devices have. It appears that we’ll see both next month. Last week we learned that HTC will put out an LTE device in the second half of 2011, so chances are that Verizon will show off a device from another manufacturer. That could mean that this CES event is turning up Motorola. The two companies have teamed up for may Android devices, and if HTC isn’t going to provide Verizon’s first LTE Android, the smart money then moves to Motorola. That would be great for the company, since it also plans to show off a Honeycomb-based tablet. You can get a taste for that one now, before you get the jar-full in January. We don’t know much about either the Motorola Honeycomb-based tablet or the Verizon LTE handsets. But it’s still exciting to think that we’ll know more in a month. It’s not hyperbole to say that we’re going to be seeing the future of the platform. Both stories via Android Guys.