Is Honeycomb 2.4 or 3.x.x? How does it affect you?

| December 30, 2010 | Reply

With the surprise release of Gingerbread 2.3 as an update primarily for tablets, many skeptics are wondering what Honeycomb will be. Will Honeycomb be an update for the current UI (user interface) 2.x? Or will it be an entirely  revamped UI 3.x.x?  Well the rumors are abound circling the internet and forums through the web.  Enthusiast are anxiously awaiting the arrival for a new UI for Android devices. Which device will be capable of running Honeycomb? Will a greater processor then 1Ghz be needed to maximize the quality and versatility of Honeycomb? These are all questions people want answered at this stage of the game.  Let’s find out what your opinion is on these questions and the future of Honeycomb.

Here we go again, talk of Honeycomb and which version of Android it will actually end up as.  Is it 2.4 or is it 3.0?  Wait, does it even matter?  Not really.  What we do know is that it’ll follow up Gingerbread (2.3) and was built specifically for Android tablets, but will also work on phones.  It will have a much more polished and beautiful user interface, including this sweet music app which will allow you to stream your entire music library.  A new lock screen will be introduced for it, physical home/search/menu buttons will no longer be needed, and it will more than likely be the most impressive version yet.  We’re also hoping to see Google announce some sort of music service to coincide with its launch, plus a desktop version of the Android Market.  It’s going to be amazing.

But for the sake of argument, like many others have shown today, our site analytics also reflect visitors using version 2.4 of Android.  But as you can see, we also have hits of 3.0.1, so who knows.  It’s a slow day, people.


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Born In Colorado a former Major League Strength and Conditioning Coach for baseball,  Sean has always been drawn towards technology.   This hobby lead Sean to become a Site Advisor for where he helped develop a dedicated team of moderators and help support staff.  With his knowledge he Co-Created where he too started to build hybrids by manipulating .cod files through java.  Looking to change careers Sean is studying to become Cisco Certified (CCNA) and work his way into the world’s growing network.