Sure that after seeing the news of Android 3.0 and the new interface for tablets you’ll be asking if the current mobile and tablets you can upgrade to Android 3.0 (Honeycomb). Are important improvements offering this new version, especially for tablets, by taking advantage of the screen size. Here we will try to stir doubts about Android 3.0 in current devices.
Android 3.0 Today it seems to be not finished, does the interface for mobile. Just the interface for tablets, but this does not mean that this version is exclusive to tablets. Simply they have focused on development for Tablet because they could not lose more time, if not competition you could come and take away an important piece of market.
Android 3.0 for mobile?
Played with SDK Android 3.0 Preview is checked that Android 3.0 detects mobile screens and tablets, by adjusting your interface. If we hand a mobile screen resolution appears the typical interface of Android, but giving error. It shows us the notification at the top bar, but the application launcher is that it is not compatible with Android 3.0.
It gives the feeling that Android 2.3 and Android 3.0 have been done in parallel, Since we see that the notification in Android 3.0 bar is not the same as Android 2.3. It is grey, as in previous versions, but with different icons. Surely Google already working this Android 3.0 mobile interface.
The Google I/o 2011, which is held in may, will feature all the APIs Android Honeycomb. This makes us think that the final version will be presented already with the interface adapted to mobile phones. There are rumors of some time ago saying that from Android 3.0 important updates were going to be annual, so the Google I/o would be the perfect event to display each year the new version of Android.
The current mobile and tablets may update?
Google in the presentation of Android 3.0 said that had recommended requirements, so any mobile or tablet in the market would have no problems in running this version. As it has been to understand Google to the HTC Magic might run Honeycomb.
That our device update to Android 3.0 already depends on the manufacturer and operator. Due to lack of power we have seen will not, what can happen is that some current tablets either power or resolution have that continue to use the interface for mobile.
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