Wednesday , June 28 2017

Android 3.0 “Honeycomb” gets real with preview video released

There’s nothing better than coming back from a holiday in Thailand to see that a preview video for Android 3.0, dubbed Honeycomb, has been released into the wild on YouTube. You can check out the video above which shows us a little of what we can expect to see in Android 3.0 when it launches on Tablets (like the Motorola Xoom) in the coming months.

I love that Honeycomb is making wonderful progress in the UI department, with most of the UI looking consistent and not copying most aspects from the iPad. Originality is everywhere, excellent.

 

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Dylan
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Dylan

Lookin real nice.

Not copying from iPad? why would you want to, its jus supersized iPhone UI anyway

Buzz Moody
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Have you used the Galaxy Tab?

ilzy
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ilzy

prime example of this, definitely. the UI of the Galaxy Tab could be much better, but with TouchWiz over Froyo, it doesn’t help 😐

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Your welcome! Also, the rumour about HComb having hardware restrictions has been debunked by Android Dev Dan Morrill via twitter.

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