Android 3.0 Honeycomb: Trademark for Advanced OS Experience


It was at the CES that we first glimpsed this breakthrough in OS Usage and production. The Android 3.0 is the Trademark software for Android Tablets. And boy, does it entice? Apart from the features in this OS, we are about to list; let us mention that the Android 3.0 maybe subject to some controversy because of the fact that it is rumored to be forked, especially for tablet usage.


2011 debuted in high spirits with Android and Motorola Mobility in full swing. What with Apple’s iPhone 2011, and Verizon iPhone 4? But, what stole the show was an integrated Samsung galaxy S, Motorola’s Xoom tablet, Bionic and Atrix 4G Smartphones. Also, along with the Android boat were Android 2.2 Froyo’s sequel OSes; mainly the Android 2.3 Gingerbread and the popular 3.0 Honeycomb in the limelight.

Back to the hands-on with 3.0 Honeycomb, it is detrimental to know why it is so much a hit with delightful specifications and a marvelous interface for the intrepidly interested tableteer.

Here’s what’s new;

  • Exclusively new UI constructed for tablet computing utility. Notifications are displayed in a System bar, while the Action Bar is for application control, and multitasking. The home screen is more customizable.
  • Improved and larger keyboard with SWYPE input.
  • Text actions and selection enhanced for compatible and easy cut, copy and paste commands.
  • An entire slew of added connectivity options allowing connectivity to various networks and platforms smarter.
  • The basic in-built apps like internet, multimedia, contact book, and camera are all advanced.
  • Along with faster and smoother options as well as never-before customizability, there are in addendum:

- New app creation SDK on the advanced UI

- High quality 2D and 3D visuals

- Heavier duty (multi-core) processor support

- Smooth multimedia and connectivity experience

- Extremely flexible customizability with widgets and apps

- Higher app compatibility


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