Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Honeycomb: Android for Tablets

Google has by chance made public a YouTube video that shows Android 3.0 in action. It's a completely new boundary for tablets that borrows a lot of thoughts from BumpTop, the 3D desktop software acquired by Google last year.

Engadget says that the new interface "looks more or less not anything like Android". You might think it's a new operating system. The video mentions that this is "the next age band of Android" and that's built completely for tablets.
Google has listening carefully on improving the user interface and Android 3.0 comes with fluid home screens, better app switching, browser tabs, video chat, dynamic app shortcuts and new versions of Google's Android applications that take benefit of the bigger screen.

It seems that the Android tablets that will be launched in the coming months will have imposing hardware and an efficient operating system that looks dramatic, so they're balanced for success.

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