Android 3.0 Honeycomb will not come to phones
By Mark Zalewski

There's been a lot of will it or won't it speculation whether the Honeycomb is coming to phones, on the subject, but at this point it turns out that we have got the final answer to that very question. Speaking with PCMag, Google's Andrew Kovacs said that, at the moment, Android 3.0 is going to be exclusively available on tablets like the XOOM and G-Slate. Considering all of the tasty 3.0 features at Google's event a couple of days ago, it is quite normal or natural, I would even say, if you were upset at Kovacs' statement, but the Google's spokesperson said that "Features will arrive on phones over time," despite the fact that he did not go into any more detail. It goes without saying that this news definitely comes as a bit of an upset, considering that you've seen some evidence that supported the "Honeycomb to phones" theory. But the good news is that Google will be bringing at least some of 3.0's features to devices.






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