Mobile Lowdown 6-20-11: Huawei Tablet; Photovine; Adobe Flash; Spain LTE

A look at some of the big stories in mobile today:

Huawei: The Chinese vendor has unveiled a new tablet, the MediaPad, a seven-inch screen device running Android 3.2 (updated Honeycomb). (MediaPad site)

Adobe: Will this mean a lot more Flash on Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) devices? Flash Builder and Flex have now been updated to support the iOS (covering iPad, iPhone and iPod) and QNX (RIM’s PlayBook) platforms; Android was announced in April. (via Adobe blog)

Spain 4G: A grand total of 11 operators have signed up to bid for LTE licenses in Spain. They include all the country’s big mobile operators, plus broadband providers like Ono and Jazztel, with bids beginning at €1.45 billion ($2.06 billion). The winners are expected to be announced by the end of this month. (via Mobile Business Briefing and Telecompaper)

Google (NSDQ: GOOG) Photovine: A new name has been trademarked by Google, with hints that it could be pointing to a new photo sharing service to run over mobile and other networks, along the lines of Apple’s iCloud and others. (via Fusible)

Eagle Eye: UK-based mobile couponing company Eagle Eye Solutions has raised £1.5 million ($2.4 million) in Series A financing led by Sir Terry Leahy, the former CEO of the retail giant Tesco. (via Eagle Eye)