We have been hearing a lot about Gingerbread, but now that we are seeing spots of it show up, everyone wants to know what is going on with 2.4? This whole new platform may require over a 1ghz processor, I’m thinking 1.5 – 2.0 ghz snapdragon processor. When will “honeycomb” be released? How will it function on your current device? Is this just a way for google to keep the mass popularity of its phone, to keep buyers coming back for more?. Sounds sticky situation for Blackberry which has fallen to the waist side with continued leaks and radio files. What’s your opinion…
There has been a lot going on with the Google OS. Android has taken over a large part of the sales of the smartphone industry. With Google’s resent release of the Nexus S with the new Android 2.3 Gingerbread they are expected to grow even more, but what about this Honeycomb we are hearing about. We have been seeing a growing number of Tablets that are suppose to be rocking this all new Android OS. Honeycomb is said to be the OS made for the Tablet. We heard sometime ago that Honeycomb will be Android version 3.0. Well this may not be true. A source of AndroidandMe says otherwise. Honeycomb will be launching as Android 2.4. Yes 2.4, not that the number really matters anyways. I am just excited that we are seeing such a increase in Google’s development of their famous Android OS. The thought that a complete revision of the OS would warrant a number change, but if this rumor is true we won’t see that. There are other rumors that seems to confirm a grand unveiling at the Mobile World Congress going on in mid-February in Barcelona, Spain. This could be true since we are going to see Honeycomb Tablets sometime in Q1. As well as the possiblity that we will see some as early as CES. So for the all new Android Honeycomb do numbers really matter. Let us know what you think.
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