Donut for Android scheduled to come out by the end of the summer?

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Donut for Android scheduled to come out by the end of the summer?
The information about Android OS version 2.0, codenamed "The Donut" comes from the team developing the The Weather Channel app - the future version of the app will be based on Android 2.0 SDK. If software developers have already began to adopt Android 2.0 SDK and build their apps around it, are we to see version 2.0 by the end of this summer we wonder? Due to all changes the update is bringing along, applications made for Android 1.5 will not be compatible with version 2.0. In other words, this is point zero for the OS and all developers will have to update their software products accordingly. According to a member of The Weather Channel team, the new platform version features better system stability and improved ease of use.

Perhaps most manufacturers are holding up on their Android handsets until version 2.0 has been released? Andy Rubin of Google said we were to expect 15 to 20 Android cell phones by the end of this year and we have seen only the HTC Hero, HTC Magic and Samsung Galaxy this far.

source: AndroidGuys



1. sonisoe

Posts: 440; Member since: May 06, 2009

wow... talk about trying to take over the world... google isnt really shy to take a zig when they think they can revolutionize or at least take a giant leap forward by starting from zero... of course from marketing point of view they'd still use the brand "android" so customers wont get nervous or confused of what the heck is going on considering android is pretty new, but in essence its a big big change... only time will tell if its all true...

2. MTLance unregistered

Man, I'm just glad that I didn't involved with Android platform right now, :D iPhone 3GS is much safer than damn google stuff.

3. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

yeah, now that its up to par with other phones from last year and even 2007. video now? qwerty landsc. now? bull sh...t

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