Mozilla building a Firefox browser for Tablets
Mozilla Foundation is hard at work in building a tablet version of the Mozilla Firefox browser. The tablet version of Firefox browser will be based on the smartphone version of the browser called "Fennec", which actually means a small nocturnal fox found in the Sahara desert.
The tablet version of Firefox will still be using the Gecko browser engine and it was redesigned to utilize the large screen of tablets, so you can be sure that it not just "Fennec" on steroids. Ian Barlow a Visual Designer on the Mobile UX Team, posted a number of UI screenshot of the upcoming Firefox for tablet, it has a minimalist themes but still retain functionality of the desktop version of Firefox like the Awesomebar, Tabbed browsing, Bookmarks, history, and your synced desktop activity.
Mozilla obviously know that they're playing a different ball game in the tablet space and that their browser will have a hard time passing (or may not pass at all) the Apple's App approval process, that is why they are developing an Android 3.0 version first and see how it goes.
Even if they create a version of the browser for every tablet OS in the market, they may find themselves getting the shorter end of the stick, since each tablet OS have their own browser (Android have Chrome browser, iOS have the Safari, Windows Phone will have IE 9).