Beyond Android 2.1

UnwiredView: Android 3.0 Gingerbread details: 1280×760 resolution, 1Ghz minimum specs, mid-Oct. release [Jun 30]
then: Revisiting Android 3/Gingerbread details post. Some corrections, clarifications [July 2]

Between these two original English posts has been an avalanche like reporting and discussion (almost half million hits!) of the Android future, all based on this source alone (directly or much more indirectly).
Note: The funny thing is that UnwiredView’s Staska (definitely a Russian speaker) has used as a trusted source the [30:36 – 38:45] time duration part of the Russian podcast Айфономания, серия четвертая, Выпуск 19 (or this one). One thing I would include here from that podcast: “As of today the number of daily Android activations has reached 160 thousands. With this Android will be #2 behind Symbian before the end of 2010”.

This is a typical reporting based on the UnwiredView source:
Android 3.0 may ship in mid-October, carry minimum specs [Electronista, June 30] originally named: Google may fork Android 3 to guarantee experience
which – however – worth to mention here because it has a whole chain of links to previous/other posts on the pressing issues with current Android versions, and these
also validate very much the original rumor (indepedent of its origin)
Android 3.0 to hasten the end of custom UIs? [Electronista, June 16], originally named: Android’s Gingerbread may hurt HTC Motorola
Android Team “Laser Focused” On The User Experience For Next Release [TechCrunch, June 16]
Android to end app fragmentation by 3.0? [Electronista, March 29], originally named: Android to detach core apps from OS updates
Exclusive: Android Froyo to take a serious shot at stemming platform fragmentation [Engadget, March 29]
Sprint Android 2.2 plans trigger outrage, highlight OS woes [Electronista, June 25] originally named: Evo 4G and other Sprint phones reach 2.2 soon
Sprint expects to launch Android 2.2 in near future [Sprint News, June 25]
Adobe posts Flash 10 for Android, leaks Android 2.2 upgrades [Electronista, June 22] originally named: Adobe outs mobile Flash 10 only for android 2.2
HTC promises Android 2.2 updates in 2010 [Electronista, May 20] originally named: Froyo coming to company’s latest Android phones
Samsung won’t upgrade Behold II, shows Android fragmentation [Electronista, May 28, 2010] originally named: Samsung says Behold II can’t go past Android 1.6

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About Nacsa Sándor

Lazure Kft. • infokommunikációs felhő szakértés • high-tech marketing • elérhetőség: snacsa@live.com Okleveles villamos és automatizálási mérnök (1971) Munkahelyek: Microsoft, EMC, Compaq és Digital veterán. Korábban magyar cégek (GDS Szoftver, Computrend, SzáMOK, OLAJTERV). Jelenleg Lazure Kft. Amire szakmailag büszke vagyok (időrendben visszafelé): – Microsoft .NET 1.0 … .NET 3.5 és Visual Studio Team System bevezetések Magyarországon (2000 — 2008) – Digital Alpha technológia vezető adatközponti és vállalati szerver platformmá tétele (másokkal együttes csapat tagjaként) Magyarországon (1993 — 1998) – Koncepcionális modellezés (ma használatos elnevezéssel: domain-driven design) az objektum-orientált programozással kombinált módon (1985 — 1993) – Poszt-graduális képzés a miniszámítógépes szoftverfejlesztés, konkurrens (párhuzamos) programozás és más témákban (1973 — 1984) Az utóbbi időben általam művelt területek: ld. lazure2.wordpress.com (Experiencing the Cloud) – Predictive strategies based on the cyclical nature of the ICT development (also based on my previous findings during the period of 1978 — 1990) – User Experience Design for the Cloud – Marketing Communications based on the Cloud
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