- Sep 21, 2010
Rumor has it that our much loved Android OS has adopted something similar to Microsofts WP7 system. We might be seeing a minimum specification requirement for all Honeycomb devices. Word on the street is, Google might be making a dual-core processor a minimum requirement for Honeycomb. The word doesnt stop there; many users have expressed their dislike for manufacturers' low-balling the screen resolution, and so Google took that on as well, and required manufactures to put a minimum of a 720P display. This means the two most commonly low-balled features are now being controlled by Google.
This is still just in rumor form, but seeing all these new tablets with high resolution displays and dual core processors, I have no reason not to believe it. Are there any more minimum requirements that you can think of which would be necessary for all Android tablets to be perfect?
Source (Rumor: Honeycomb to Require Dual-Core Processor, Hi-Def Resolution | Android Phone Fans)
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