Android Gingerbreat Details Surface

Posted: Oct 19 2010, 1:12am CDT | by , in Rumors | Android

Android Gingerbreat Details surface
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Right Android phone owners got the Android 2.2 (Froyo) update on their smartphones, but the next Android version is already in the works. Gingerbread, scheduled for a 2011 release, has been already rumored to be the version that works for Tablets.

Phandroid has now published a report with more details on what Gingerbread is supposed to offer.

The new Android update is supposed to come with a user interface overhaul and built in video chat. According to the report Google has redesigned most of the standard icons on Gingerbread making them better looking and standardized.

There are more new UI improvements including the introduction of the bouncy effect known from Apple iOS and TouchWiz 3.0. Besides the UI, Google's aim with Gingerbread is supposed to offer more features that are already available on some Android phone in the core.

The details on Gingerbread are still rather thin and we need to wait until Google is coming around with details on the next Android OS update.

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