Google has finally announced the Honeycomb 3.2 operating system. It was announced in a blog post on the Android developer forum. This new version is dubbed as Android 3.2. This was in news since a long time but now it is finally there. This new version is better equipped than the earlier version.
What’s new with Android 3.2
It will support Qualcomm processors too; this is an added advantage and will improve its compatibility greatly. The apps of fixed size which are specifically designed for small devices will perform better. You are also provided with an option to manually choose whether you wish the application to be stretched to fit the screen or you would prefer a tad bit zoom. The new Android 3.2 also allows for media sync. Media sync is now possible straight from the SD card unlike the earlier version where it was possible only from the system memory.
Google has made the new version more interesting by providing the control to the developers to use the system resources such as display resolution with relation to the application and its display. This will result in a much better view. Google is working really hard on the new Android version, so we need to be ready for more news about the release of update patches for tablets and gadgets. It is very likely, that the update will hit the tablets in the next few months. Some companies have already announced that they will release their tablets with the new Android Honeycomb 3.2.