I'd say the chances are 0.000000% of 3.0.6 "in name" ever coming to light since the team's full-bore on Open webOS now and legacy device support's been completely dropped, as you are well aware. In fact, I'd even consider the idea that 3.0.6 was actually the CE project prior to release.
Originally Posted by eblade
That said, if anyone's looking toward the future, they'd be better to cope with their rapidly aging Touchpad on 3.0.5 and wait another 6-9 months for Open webOS to become a viable commercial and personal option on alternative hardware. Then we'll really be positioned to become the #1 OS in the worldwide mobile market far above Android and iOS! Nobody can touch our multitasking, cards, and Synergy and once people finally get the chance to have a pure, unadulterated Open Source taste of it after all these horrible problems with Palm and HP over the past 3 years, they won't be going back to their old operating systems, guaranteed!
And Phoenix Int'l Communications may announce their first original device made in China in the next few weeks according a few folks in IRC! (Release I've heard is Q1/Q2 2013 running webOS CE with OpenMobile baked in with an Open webOS upgrade shortly after, no carrier agreements but sold exclusively through Merimobiles.com) May be true, may not be. Take what I've heard with a pinch of salt, especially since it claims OpenMobile's been working closely with them since August and we all know what they've done so far for us.
Man, we're in for some awesome times when OEMs, developers, and--most importantly--consumers start coming back to webOS. GET READY.