Monday, July 18, 2011

The Android 3.2 SDK speaks tablets 7 '

Google released the Android SDK 3.2 last week pending the update of the operating system that is expected in early August. The SDK tells us that the next version of Honeycomb will cover the 7-inch tablets that have a resolution of 1024 x 600, as is the case on the Flyer or the HTC Galaxy Tab 7, "but not the Dell Streak 7 "which only supports the 800 x 480.

Google also provides the management of SD memory cards for synchronization of multimedia content and the ability to zoom in on applications that do not work in principle at a fixed resolution, in order to be able to use larger resolutions. This update therefore provides a relatively large lot of fixes and features before the release of Ice Cream Sandwich, the version of Android that will unify the system for tablet and smartphone into a single build.

It marks the official support ARM processors OMAP4 Texas Instruments, which opens Android Archos Gen9 systems. It also optimizes systems running on the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. Finally, Google will update or introduce Movie Studio software, Movies, Music and Widget.

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