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Android Honeycomb for Tablets! Q1 2011

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by CriticalCritic, Nov 4, 2010.

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    According to the article below, "[an] LG executive said that Honeycomb is going to be released in the first quarter of next year, while Gingerbread is expected to be unveiled later this month."


    Honeycomb is going to be the "tablet PC-version Android OS" and will be designed for higher resolution devices, as it will "include support for 1280
     

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    Next year is gonna be fun. I just hope the bigger name tablets won't cost too much.
     
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    All I know is that I want to buy a Moto tablet (no less than 10") in the next 90 days. Personally, I think Moto and Verizon were stupid for not launching during the holidays, as many (including myself) would have enjoyed the last minute tax write-off. I could personally care less if they launch it with Gingerbread, and then update it to Honeycomb later.

    Hopefully we'll know more in 27 days at CES. Not that I'm going, but I almost made it this year.
     

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