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Google Unveils Android ‘Honeycomb’ Tablet

December 7th, 2010 12:39 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

adeelarshad82 writes “Google Mobile Platform VP Andy Rubin unvieled the very first Android “Honeycomb” tablet. While very few specs were released about the device, it is said to be a sleek, black, Motorola tablet that is roughly 10-inches and runs NVidia dual core CPU. The device has a very clean homepage and the app page looked almost Apple iPad-like. Infact the Gmail app looked almost exactly like Gmail on the iPad. According to Andy Rubin, Honeycomb should release sometime next year and most major OEMs planning on building Android tablets have expressed interest in using this version of the Android platform.”

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