January 5, 2011 | by Andrew Kameka
Honeycomb is for tablets. That was the word when people first started wondering when consumers would get a crack at a certified Android tablet rather than an up-scaled phone OS. Here’s your chance to get a good look at the next generation of Android.
In anticipation of multiple Honeycomb-based devices, Google has posted a video that showcases what the new user interface offers. Built from the ground-up with tablets in mind, Android 3.0 – as Honeycomb is now officially known – showcases a beautiful view of moving through panels, managing widgets, apps, and rearranging content to fit your needs. There’s also a more powerful web app, better support for e-reading, and a completely-revamped look at the way tablets behave.
Motorola is likely the first company to showcase a Honeycomb tablet at CES this year, but LG and others may follow suit. For now, here’s a teaser of what you can expect. Join in me in having your breath taken away or heart broken that this isn’t as good as you hoped. Either or.