HTC's Flyer tablet may finally be getting its long-awaited update to Android 3.2 Honeycomb, after screenshots appear on an Android forum.
Android 3.2 is launching on the Motorola Xoom. A couple of marquee improvements include a new zoom mode and support for long-dormant hardware. The new version of Honeycomb will also come to other tablets in the near future.
Android 3.2 is official, which means that it will likely appear as an update on a number of tablets in the near future. Motorola is already rolling out the update for its Xoom.
The device, which will be called Media Pad, will come with a dual-core 1.2GHz processor and support full 1080p HD video playback.
The carrier will begin pushing Android 3.2 to the tablet in 2012 but anxious users can grab it now.
With its S1 Android tablet having been outed last week, Sony is seemingly working on two other tablets: an innovative dual-screen Android slate and a Vaio-branded Windows 7 sliding tablet.
The headline of this post initially gave an incorrect date for the Honeycomb event. Google will be hosting that event on Feb. 2.
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