With Google set to launch Android 4.0, codenamed Ice Cream, in the second half of 2011, the search giant will likely use version 3.0 to gradually increase its share in the tablet PC market while Ice Cream will be the real push.
The news comes right after details of Android 3.0 started to leak out earlier this week. Gingerbread should focus heavily on an improved user experience, with a more unified UI that includes redesigned icons, notification bar, and built-in apps. Google also reportedly has plans to add support for video chat, Wi-Fi calling, and possibly hardware acceleration.
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