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Monday, 14 February 2011 11:45

Bugs delayed Honeycomb to Q1 2011

Written by Fuad Abazovic


MWC 2011: Was scheduled for November
In our first hours at the Barcelona Mobile World Congress 2011, we learned quite an amazing story.

It turns out that industry sources were well aware that serious software bugs were the reason to delay Honeycomb to Q1 2011. Industry sources claim that the original release was pushed back from November due serious instability and bugs.

The delay killed the Xmas shopping season for many tablet manufacturers, but the current release of Android 3.0 aka Honeycomb looks to be in much better shape. We will tell you all about it a bit later, it looks fluent on a dual-core CPUs at least and it has some signs of a 3D interface.

According to manufactures the release date is still Q1 2011 and we bet on March launch date, but no one wants to confirm or deny it. We'll ask Google but we know the answer.
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