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Thursday, July 21, 2011

Google unveils Android 3.2 OS

The Honeycomb 3.2 operating system was in the news for a long time, but now it has been finally announced by Google, in a blog posts on the Android Developer forum.

The latest Android version will be more capable than its earlier version and will also support Qualcomm processors, which is an added advantage in order to improve the compatibility.

The apps with fixed size that are actually designed to run on smaller gadgets will run better than ever before. The latest upbringing of Google will not try to optimize the application as per the screen resolution. Besides, it provides you with manual choice to opt whether the application has to be stretched to fit the screen or a tad bit zoom would do better.

With the new improvements, the Android 3.2 system will also allow media sync, which will now be possible straightly from the SD card unlike the system memory earlier.

To make it more interesting, Google has provided the control to the developers to enhance the use of system resources such as the display resolution with regards to the application and their display, which in turn will result in much better view.

As Google is working hard on the new Android Honeycomb 3.2, so just get set to hear very soon that the developers are releasing the update patches for tablets. The update is likely to hit the tablets over the next few months, while some of the companies have already announced their tablet to be released with this new version of Android OS.

So, just get ready to see this amazingly improved operating system on the tablets in the near future. Some of the recently released tablets are also compatible for this update and they might also get the upgrade soon after its release.


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