The folks over at Samsung are bound to be a little giddy today. After all, they just announced their Android tablet, the Galaxy Tab! What's not to be excited about? Unfortunately, it seems they've let a little secret slip amidst all their tablet talk.
Personally, I'm more intrigued by the idea of the hardware that will utilize this unknown Android OS - the "next generation tablet," for which Honeycomb is "specifically optimized." Let more slip, Samsung reps.
Google really seems to be upping the ante, Gingerbread looks good (especially with there own Itunes), and there is very little information on Honeycomb... I wonder if Google will actually comment on this, or just play it cool like it came out on purpose.
It sounds like Honeycomb will become the more norm, and i don't know that everyone is going to want a 3.5+ inch screen cell phone (if it will be used as a smartphone OS). Years ago Motorola made flip phone that was "cool" and now, having a 4+ inch screen is "cool". I like a bigger screen, but i would like having a smaller screen with more battery, and still have a strong processor.