A first for Motorola and also the very first to boast Android 3.0 aka Honeycomb. You’ll be able to see in the video that the interface has become more engaging and interactive, the XOOM’s 10.1-inch display would easily please anyone looking for a decent portable device for watching videos and films in HD.
In a world where tablets are so popular, the greatest weakness of tablets realised by many is the lack of a physical keyboard, great if your aim is all about convenience but not if you want to type at a decent speed. You will no doubt remember when we first featured the Swiftkey app for Android, a fantastic application that makes use of a unique word prediction technology.
Earlier this week, the new honeybee logo was revealed by Phandroid through looking within the Android 3.0 Honeycomb’s SDK itself but now its been officially revealed. Named alphabetically after a tasty treat, from Cupcake and Donut to Eclair, Froyo and Gingerbread. The new glowing cybernetic bee sports blue stripes, an ethereal glow and a definite sting.