By July 1, 2010

Minimum specification for future Android devices

If you can still keep up with the pace of Android updates you’ll know that the current version is 2.2, but now the news is that the next major release is 3.0, dubbed “Gingerbread”. There will be a new minimum hardware specification that manufacturers of future devices have to meet, namely a 3.5″ screen or bigger, a 1GHz processor, and 512MB of RAM. The new Gingerbread release, coming in October later this year, aims to be on larger devices such as tablets, and confusingly it might even be competing with Googe’s own future Chrome OS. The jump from 2.2 to 3.0 is pretty large, and so it should be with a completely new UI being touted as a new feature, so skins like HTC’s Sense will apparently move out of the way completely.


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