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Wednesday, 09 March 2011 11:13

Point of View Mobii Tegra 2 to get Honeycomb

Written by Fuad Abazovic


April time
Point of View CEO Bjorn Soli has told us that you can expect to see Honeycomb, Android 3.0 for Mobii tablets by April.

The company is working on it, and it will happen rather soon. The chap also confirmed that the sales have been great for them and that in most parts of Europe demand is outstripping supply.

At Cebit the company also showed a 7 inch tablet based on some random ARM chip and promised a Tegra 2 version of the device soon. The plan is to transition to Android 3.0 in all new devices as this is the current trend.

The current version ships with Android 2.2, something that you have seen with Samsung Galaxy Tab but a lot of early adopters would love to see Android 3.0 the sooner, the better.

At least we can confirm its coming relatively soon.

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