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October 10, 2011

Honeycomb, the Windows ME of Android?

Is Honeycomb the new Windows ME?

I’ve been playing around with my Hannspree Hannspad that I bought a few months back, and sure, its a budget tablet, but I think Ice Cream Sandwich will make it much better.

I don’t know what I’m holding out for, something between Honeycomb and Gingerbread. I’ve used a Honeycomb ROM on my Hannspad, and I’ve also tried Froyo and Gingerbread ROMs, and I’ve come back to Gingerbread since trying all.

I suspect that with very few Honeycomb specific apps around and ICS (Ice Cream Sandwich) just around the corner, development on Android Honeycomb will halt and ICS will be its successor.

What do you think?

One Comment on “Honeycomb, the Windows ME of Android?

aerious
January 31, 2016 at 8:30 pm

I think the Froyo, was the Windows 98.
After, Gingerbread was the most powerfull popular Android as Windows XP; so, It was released when Smartphones was starting expanding to potential consumers.

ICS was a “Vista”. There was a lot of bugs and unstable version, which was corrected in Jelly Bean and Kit Kat, that was the Windows Seven of Android.

5.0 or Lollipop is being to 8.0. A lot of Incompatibilityes, crashes, bugs… and personally, too plain colors after buttons style of Froyo or Gingerbread.
As the MarsMallow is so much better than Windows 10, because stability and more colored. Some looks liked to 5.0 but more stable and saturation colors.

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