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Android Honeycomb

Android Honeycomb
A version of the Android operating system
Android Honeycomb running on a Motorola Xoom tablet
Developer Google
Initial release February 22, 2011 (2011-02-22)
Latest release 3.2.6 / February 15, 2014 (2014-02-15)
Preceded by Android 2.3.x "Gingerbread"
Succeeded by Android 4.0.x "Ice Cream Sandwich"
Official website .html.0-highlights/android-3/versions/

Android 3.0–3.2.6 "Honeycomb" is a discontinued and still available version of the Android platform that was designed for devices with larger screen sizes, particularly tablets. Besides the addition of new features, Honeycomb introduced a new so-called "holographic" user interface theme and an interaction model that built on the main features of Android, such as multitasking, notifications and widgets.[1][2]

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