Saturday , September 22 2018 Ausdroid » News » Google to showcase Android Honeycomb come February 2nd

Google are set to host a media event showcasing all the sweet & delicious features of their next iteration of Android, Honeycomb. The event will take place on the 2nd of February (3rd for us, at 5am) and will be live streamed over YouTube at http://youtube.com/android. The invite above specifies “Demos” which will hopefully mean there will be a few Motorola XOOMs and such for people their to play with and tell the world about. Colour us excited!

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HM Sathish
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Unfortunately I missed the google’s event. Please let me know for the upcoming events.

Joey
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*sleeping* 🙂
but im sure buzz will keep us up to date

Lucas Burnett
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*also raises hand*

Hey
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Hey

Who here’s gonna get up to watch it?

Buzz Moody
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*raises hand*

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That’s great. Looking forward for Android Honeycomb event video. Also would love to read your views about Honeycomb after this event. Thanks for posting.

vijay
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vijay

k. then i will start dreaming about the honeycomb update for my Dell streak 🙂

vijay
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one stupid question:
will the honeycomb OS lets you make GSM calls????
as it is designed for tablets. i know there are posts saying that it is also for phones but not sure when our phones will be updated to gingerbread and then to honeycomb 🙁

Dylan
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It’s for high end phones aswell, and the Galaxy Tab can make calls, i believe?

Buzz Moody
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Galaxy Tab can indeed make calls 🙂

We’ll learn more at this event no doubt.

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