The Android 3.0 Honeycomb preview has landed and for good measure the mobile operating system, which is optimized for tablets, has a few screenshots that serve as nice appetizers for those waiting for quality tablets that can compete with Apple's iPad.
In a blog post, Xavier Ducrohet, the Android software developer kit tech lead, detailed the basics:
- A holographic UI theme;
- Widgets galore;
- 3D graphics;
- And enterprise management goodies.
But you can read those details on your own. The big question revolves around the Honeycomb UI. Here's a look at the screens. Do they entice?
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