Android 3.2 Honeycomb – Tablet Review
Android 3.2, aka Android Honeycomb is the tablet operating system that features on the majority of premium Android tablet PCs at the moment. There is an upgrade to Android rolling out now which will move it on to Android 4.0 (Android Ice Cream Sandwich). This will be made available on existing Android tablets that are capable of supporting it.
In the meantime, we have a review of Android 3.2.1 (Android Honeycomb) via two videos that we’ve put together to show you the operating system in action.
These two videos show the Android operating system and software on the Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime before the Android 4.0 upgrade. This is a brand-new tablet PC we featured here recently – check out the details here. There are some Android configurations Asus have slightly tweaked, but fundamentally it is the stock Android 3.2.1 system on display.
In the videos below I show you how to navigate Android and also some of the software applications that are supplied, covering things like email, YouTube, gallery applications, and web browsing.
In the second video we show you how to control the tablet using finger gestures – tapping, pinching swiping etc. We go on to look at some of the applications in action, such as the file manager, video streaming, eBooks, films, and even playing some 3-D games.
I’ve also got a review of Android 4.0 on this same tablet coming soon.
Demo Introducing Android 3.2 Honeycomb
Android Honeycomb Full Video Review
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