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Engineers to get Android 3.0 tablets in December

By Emil
Oct 20, 2010
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  1. Android 3.0, codenamed Gingerbread, will soon be completed and arrive on select tablets this December, according to DigiTimes. These devices will just be early samples only for engineers; the rest of us will have to wait till the public launch in January where HTC, Samsung, and Motorola will be showing off their Gingerbread tablets at CES 2011. Acer, Asustek Computer, and Micro-Star International are also expected to launch their tablet PCs then, but the report didn't specify whether they will have Android 3.0.

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  2. lawfer

    lawfer TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,272   +91

    Ahhh, and here I was hoping engineers/developers already had been using these tablets for testing. I guess a Q4 2010 was not possible after all.
     
  3. 9Nails

    9Nails TechSpot Paladin Posts: 975   +87

    It seems like when I want something, I have to wait a long time for it. I'd like to hear news about a phone using Android 3.0 being released in the November / December time frame of this year. That would be in time for me to renew my phones 1 year contract. But then, if Ice Cream Android 4.0 comes out in 2H 2011, that's pretty soon. So should I just wait for that? Dear brain, why do you have to be so indecisive!?
     
  4. Chazz

    Chazz TS Enthusiast Posts: 633   +60

    I just wish manufacturers would make it easy to upgrade the OS. Instead they are making it harder, with motorola bricking phones that do not run their approved software.
     
  5. polowise1

    polowise1 TS Rookie

    Sounds good. I think it will be Android 3.0, hope so. Hey Apple ( SJ) ? You cant catch me im the Gingerbread man. I hope that didn't spoil your apples and get you hot, maybe you can cool your self off with Ice Cream 4.0 Put a smile you GUI
     
  6. AppleFanboy

    AppleFanboy TS Rookie

    Beware of the Apple.:haha:
     


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