Google has started rolling out version 3.2 of its Android Honeycomb mobile operating system with the Motorola Xoom becoming the first device to sport the refreshed tablet centric OS.
Owners of the 10-inch Wi-Fi only Motorola tablet have reported that the latest Google OS update has started to roll for their dual-core devices ahead of the software’s more widespread release.
Bringing a few minor improvements to the current Honeycomb 3.1 operating system, the new software boasts a new zoom feature that allows users to run smartphone scaled apps full screen on their tablet. Improved music and movie widgets also land alongside compatibility for 7-inch tablets such as the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
The Motorola Xoom launched earlier this year packing a 1GHz dual-core processor with 1GB of RAM and 1280 x 800p 10-inch display. Completing the Xoom’s specsheet was a 2-megapixel forward facing camera and a second 5-megapixel rear mounted snapper with 720p HD video recording capabilities at 30fps.
Motorola XOOM video: hands-on
Source: T3 Tech Videos