A few days back we’ve heard about the upcoming Google Android 3.0 OS codenamed Honeycomb, well the guys over at Ars Technica had their hands on taking the latest OS designed specifically for the tablets computers. The interface of the OS looks attractive and full of features.
We also come to know that Motorola Xoom will the the very first tablet computer which will be proud the execute Android 3.0 Honeycomb on it. Below is the actual image of the interface on Xoom device.
This is the Honeycomb main home screen which you can see many different scrolling widgets, the home screen of Honeycomb seems to add all the widgets, WebPages, apps all together on the main screen. This was similar to the previous Android OS but Android 3.0 has more interactive screen and interface.
For more information on Android 3.0 Honeycomb appearance and features you can jump over to Ars Technica.