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Video: What will Android 3.0 look like on your next tablet?

Quite a few people have been raving over Android 3.0 which has been designed ‘from the ground up for devices with larger screens’. There’s a bit of confusion in the marketplace as to whether we should be referring to Android 3.0 as the ‘Tablet Edition’ of Android.

The confusion, however, is nothing to the widespread excitement I’ve been witnessing from people raving over this introductory video released by the Android team.

I have to say, it does look rather good — particularly the 3D Google Maps screens.

What do you think?


By Ewan

Ewan is Founder and Editor of Mobile Industry Review. He writes about a wide variety of industry issues and is usually active on Twitter most days. You can read more about him or reach him with these details.

2 replies on “Video: What will Android 3.0 look like on your next tablet?”

Liking the look of that a LOT! Especially the tablet optimised Gmail. 2.2 is okay on my Vega, but you can tell it’s a mobile OS that’s been forced onto the bigger screen. Bring it on!

It looks like an average stab at an interface to Google services. Which gives me the same feeling as the old AOL client. “We are the internet, you need no other”. All rather big brotherish (especially factoring in CIA funding of Google etc).

I think MeeGo looks more exciting quite frankly. And that’s generic MeeGo, not the MeeGo on steroids than will be on specific manufacturer hardware.

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