Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Google will "merge" Gingerbread & Honeycomb

Google also present at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2011. Internet business is a little giant will reveal what kind of development of their flagship mobile operating system, Android.

Eric Scmidht, former CEO of Google who is still so important person there, promised to combine the features of Android are currently available, for future versions.

"As we have seen, Gingerbread is for mobile phones and Honeycomb is for the tablet. The next version will begin with the letter 'I' and named the dessert, this version will combine the capabilities of Gingerbread and the Honeycomb," he said.

So someday, and Honeycomb Gingerbread OS will converge to each other. This will probably happen in the version of 'OS' green robots' predicted further called 'Ice Cream'.

Scmidth states that Google will also continue the pattern of periodic updates every 6 months. So every half year, a new version of Android will be launched.

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