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HoneyComb not for smartphone

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Honeycomb Android operating system is not yet released, but the minimum specifications related news will support the processor to run it has spread widely. As quoted PULSAonline via PCMag, noted that the required CPU dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 or NVIDIA Tegra 2 to run the Honeycomb.

Instead, speculation also circulated which stated that the Honeycomb also requires the presence of a 7-inch screen, with a resolution of 1280x720 pixels. Consequently, with these requirements can be concluded that the Android Honeycomb estimated only suitable for tablet PCs, or 'not ready' for smartphones.

Indeed, the Google has not provided official confirmation of this rumor-related. Even so, information like this seems hardly limited to 'small talk'. The reason, all data related specification minimum requirements for Android Honeycomb comes from Bobby Cha, Managing Director Enspert - consumer electronics company in Korea, who co-developed the Android and Honeycomb Gingerbread.

Seeing the 'high' requirements for Android Honeycomb then current practically no Android-based device that is quite qualified to run this OS. No exception Nexus S premium smartphone or tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab, which is known to use the Arm Cortex-A8 processor.

In fact, LG is reportedly already Optimus armed 2X-based dual-core processors even if it wanted to upgrade the operating system to the Honeycomb going to still constrained, particularly in the screen sector, where the 'required' sail 7 inches.

Possibly, the devices can be directly qualified to adopt Android Honeycomb namely Motorola DROID Xoom tablet PC, which is rumored to have been ready to become the first tablet that will digelontorkan Honeycomb to the market. For certainty, we wait for later development.

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