Andy Rubin Shows Off Honeycomb And Motorola Tablet
Over at the Dive Into Mobile conference in San Francisco , Andy Rubin from Google just showed off Android 3.0. Android 3.0 or Honeycomb is the next big version of the mobile operating system scheduled to hit the market sometime next year. It is said to come with a UI optimized for tablet computers.
The nascent operating system was running on a prototype tablet computer. Manufactured by Motorola , it appears to be the rumored Snapfish tablet. The screen size seems to be about 10″ . Rubin pointed out that the tablet is running on Honeycomb and supports video calling. The processor has been manufactured by NVIDIA and is evidently a Dual Core Tegra 2.
What do you expect from Android Honeycomb ?