So, you hold single flat screen Tablet which is running on Android Honeycomb – Android 3.0 operating system specifically made for tablets. And you have been bugged up with the same old interface and features, desperately waiting for some good news from Google to give a virtual re-birth to your Android Tablet. Then, you should be a jumping jackal as Google has announced first ever upgraded to version of Honeycomb – Android 3.1.
Today in Google I/O developer conference, company has announced the first upgrade of Honeycomb. The upgrade will first be introduced with Motorola’s Xoom tablet and shortly be coming to Google TV this summer. The upgraded version is introducing many new, expandable widget as well as support for USB peripherals, including cameras, joysticks etc.
Google introduced Android 3.0 in October last year, specifically to cater the phenomenal growth of Tablet market. Many Industry analysts took such diversification on criticism notes as they didn’t see any significant achievement for Google by having two separate version of same operating system for devices which are identical to mobile industry.
Google is also expected to spill beans on upcoming upgraded version of Android 2.4 – also known as Ice Cream Sandwich – which has been developed for Smartphones. We shall update you shortly on that as are monitoring Google’s event closely.