Folks over at Android Police have come up with news that Google will release the Android 3.0 aka Gingerbread SDK for developers next week. Android Police has proven to be a reliable source and this leak perfectly makes sense as Google announced earlier that Android 3.0 will be available by the end of this year.
Android 3.0 is targeted towards PC tablets, which are said to be “the next big things”. Google has already mentioned that its previous Android operating system does not perform great on internet tablets. Now the third indication about 3.0 Gingerbread coming next weeks is when we see the time frame of its Android versions released, like Android 1.0 fall 2008, Android 2.0 fall 2009 and Android 3.0 fall 2010? So it is quite clear that well soon see it in action.
Android 3.0 is said to bring video calling, which will compete with Apple’s Face Time and many of reports suggest that it will change the way that we use our phones. It is also presumed that the devices with Android 3.0 will be coming with Google Talk Video as standard.
So folks get yourself ready for Android 3.0 and let us know what you think about Google’s new Android version in the comment box below.