Finally. Today’s the day when we will learn everything there is to learn about Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb.
When Android 3 was first previewed at CES, Google was pretty scarce on details of what Android Honeycomb will bring us when it is released. Yes, we learned that it will have a beautiful and snappy interface. It is optimized for tablets, got improved multi-tasking, browser upgrades, new Google Maps and video chat support for Google Talk.
But a lot of questions remained – Is Honeycomb exclusive to tablets, or Android 3 smartphones are also in the cards? What are technical requirements for the device to be able to run Honeycomb? With only a preview video clip and no real running Honeycomb version available on any device – how does Android 3 really feels like? And many more.
Well, Google’s Android 3 Honeycomb event is scheduled to go live in a few minutes and will be streamed live on YouTube. And since it is being streamed live, we think there’s no point in in reposting all that’s being said, in a live blog. Instead we’ll have a live UV editors chat sharing our thoughts and impressions about what Google is really telling us.
You can watch Google’s Android 3 launch video stream here, and our live chat about it right below. Be sure to join in our chat via comments
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