Things are moving rapidly in the Android world. Google CEO Eric Schmidt just confirmed that Android 2.3, called Gingerbread, will be released in a few weeks. As a follow-up, a report in DigiTimes says that in February or March, the tablet-centric Android 3.0 or Honeycombs will be launched.
All of this is taking place while the phone at NVIDIA has been ringing off the hook with orders for its Tegra 2 processor from HTC, LG, Motorola, Asus and others. According to one report, Google and NVIDIA have shaken hands on a deal that makes the Tegra 2 the lead platform for Android tablets running Honeycomb. W
So many players. So many possible combinations. Still, the winner in all of this is the cell phone user who gets faster speeds, larger storage and more exciting features. It will probably be best to keep an eye on Android over the next few weeks as things start to take shape. We could see a Android 3.0 tablet running a Tegra 2 processor as soon as February.
source: DigiTimes via AndroidandMe