Whew! Recently, news spread that the version 3.0 of the mobile OS Google Android, called Honeycomb will require a dual-core CPU. So older devices like the Galaxy Tab and cell phones would not be able to update to the new version. Seems like everything was wrong.
If there was a minimum requirement for a dual-core processor, not only the older devices wouldn't update, but also newer devices running the new version of Android would be expensive. But Dan Morrill, from Google tweeted that there is no hard rule for the processor.
So while you rejoice, watch this video demo of Honeycomb, from CES:
[via Boy Genius Report]
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