10 Things Google has to Change in Android 3.0

Posted on 15 May 2011

There is good news for all the Android fans, “Android 3.0 has been released in the market” and it is the most beautiful device ever. This incredible operating system has been released for the Motorola Xoom tablet. This is a marvelous system that has given life to the Android smart phones first and now it is going to make larger touch screens like Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 lavish.

Android 3.0 is expected to be a big hit for tablet PCs of different manufacturers like Acer, HTC, Dell, LG, MSI, Asus and Toshiba. The much enhanced operating system of Google has boasted the number of upgrades.

Android 3.0 Release Date

The release date for the marvelous system named Android 3.0 is not finalized yet and is a bit unclear. The manufacturers of Motorola Xoom have already released it in the United States of America but others are waiting for Google to ensure that they can put their devices for sale in the market.

According to some of the most authentic sources the release of Android 3.0 is expected in just few weeks. People are looking forward to the huge supply of Android 3.0 tablets in the PC market at the time of its release. It is assured that the final launch is going to happen in next few weeks.

Tseng is a senior marketing manager at Google. It is reported that in the year 2008, he didn’t mentioned tablet PCs, but he did revealed a bit about an operating system that is expected to work on different computing devices. He also declared that he was a proud owner of Android prototype phone.

Android 3.0 is an Open Source

Android 3.0 is considered as a project by Google that is open source. It is observed that Google has not managed to make an extraordinary income so far from the operating system and they have planned to generate revenue through their traditional way of ads that show up while you are searching something.

The developers of this operating system have got full access to the base code. They have also gained an access to the search-able documentation.

Flexible Base Code

The only drawback of Android in the past was that its code was really flexible that made easier for it to run on various different kinds of devices. However, the interface of Android is specially designed for smart phones. The Android 3.0 is very incredible in looks as it has been observed that it has made a much better use of the tablets’ screen size.

You can understand it better with the example of Gmail. It runs best on the smart phones in the vertical orientation as it is easy that way to scan through the emails. You can run a preview pane on the right side of your tablet and your messages on the left with the help of Android 3.0 if you are an email client.

The screen size of the tablet is often accommodated with the Android 3.0, but sometimes there are some apps that still run in the smart phone mode. Android 3.0 is supposed to be much sleeker for the tablet PCs in comparison with the iOS 4.3 that is currently running on the iPad 2. The preview of the open apps is shown by the pop-ups that resemble with the thumbnail views. On the other hand the settings are also more advanced along with the status overlays.



It has got the Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor that will add to the speed of the device and you can surely watch videos more conveniently than before. You can open files much quickly, flip through the images and play interesting games.

Interface

Android 3.0 is a special operating system that is designed by the designers particularly for fingertip control. You can start the apps by tapping on the App icon just as you do in the case of a smart phone version. It is very interesting to know that you are able to flip on either side of the screen to access the widget that is supposed to show a Gmail messages thumbnail.

You can have a look on a row of different interesting apps on the main home screen and you are also free to add more to them by simply pressing the App button that is present on the upper right of the screen.

You can tap on the lower right corner of the screen to access the setting and see the basic options. You just have to press the button names setting to know about all the setting options. The information like the battery life, Wi-Fi connectivity status, apps downloading etc is very easily accessible.

Features

The interesting feature of Android is that the hardware buttons are missing on the Motorola Xoom. You have to tap at the Home icon that is present on the lower left corner to go to the home screen. The pop-ups showing the open apps can also be accessed here.

The Android 3.0 is expected to be extremely different than the other android devices like Samsung Galaxy Tab that id an Android 2.2 device. The difference is that the Samsung device works like smart phone. In other words we can say that it is a smart phone with big screen and they do not use that screen fully.

On the other hand Android 3.0 devices are very much different than the smart phones and use their full big screen.

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