The latest version of Google’s cell phone operating system – Android 3.0, popularly known as Gingerbread – will have some new features and looks, or so claims Phandroid. The website has leaked photographs and details of the new OS.
The good news: Motorola co-CEO Sanjay Jha confirmed at a Deutsche Bank Technology Conference in San Francisco Thursday that the company is coming out with its own tablet. The bad news: The launch of the tablet, codenamed Stingray, will be delayed to early 2011.
HTC’s Android 3.0 Gingerbread tablet is to be out early January, according to the Taiwanese website DigiTimes which quoted parts suppliers.
It is rumoured that Motorola’s first Android tablet could be called Motorola Stingray MOTMZ600.
Motorola is working on two new devices that are likely to run on Android 3.0, or Gingerbread, which is its codename. The two smartphones are likely to be named the Droid Pro and the Droid X10.
There are rumors that Sony Ericsson is working on a smartphone capable of running PSP games. That itself is big news - but wait! The rumored PSP phone from Sony Ericsson will also run Google Android 3.0 Gingerbread.