Android 3.0 Gingerbread For Higher-end Devices: Releasing Around Mid- October

upcoming Android GingerbreadFew days ago we heard that Android is going to release their latest Gingerbread during forth quarter of 2010, and till then there no details were available on this impending release of Android. But currently our efficient reporters have been able to spill the beans by revealing few details on the release.

Gingerbread is coming up with an entirely revamped UI — the first that the platform will have undergone since its launch and will take signal from the fancy 3D Gallery app launched with Eclair. We can expect that there will be a new 1280 x 760 resolution available for devices which comes with a display screen larger than 4 inches and which would fit together nicely with Verizon’s Android tablets as well.

Like Windows Phone 7, Google will be introducing a few hardcore hardware specs to run 3.0, requiring a minimum of a 3.5-inch display, a 1GHz processor, and 512MB of RAM — then what about the low cost devices? Well, those will apparently continue to run Android 2.1 or 2.2, which sounds like however another serious recipe for platform fragmentation is going to begin. Rumor has it that the first devices launch in time for the holidays following an October introduction, which lines up with what we’ve heard so far. Hence as you guys know our team of TechGadgetsWeb will be keeping a close eye on this one.

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One Response to "Android 3.0 Gingerbread For Higher-end Devices: Releasing Around Mid- October"

  1. Justin says:

    Android 3.0 was named Honeycomb…Looks like somebody didn’t get all the facts…

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