Android 3.0 'Gingerbread' details trickle out

By Jos
Oct 19, 2010
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  1. The next version of Google’s smartphone operating system, Android 3.0, is just around the corner and the folks over at Phandroid have managed to obtain some new details on the forthcoming update. As you might already know, the “Froyo” successor is codenamed “Gingerbread” and should focus heavily on an improved user experience, which Google hopes will enable it to bring smartphone vendors into a more unified UI.

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  2. Wifi calling would be sick. Andriod really needs to setup the UI game so manufacturers stop making there own. It takes forever for the manufacturers to update to the latest platform. Which is the main cause of all the fragmentation problems. Which really isn't a problem but it could be even less of one if you didn't have to worry about the manufacture rewriting there UI for phones they have already sold.
  3. Sweet. Wifi calling was the best thing tmobile did for my blackberry. I have NO signal at my apartment, but wifi calling made my life easier. Good to see android going the same way.
  4. Will I be able to upgrade my current HTC Legend to use this? I still haven't had the latest update made available yet!


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