Android 3.0 Gingerbread for Tablets could be Released this December: CES 2011 could see updated Samsung Galaxy Tab

October 22, 2010, By Shawn Wagnon

It was just a couple of days ago when we got what looked like a ‘very blurry’ shot of the Android 3.0, aka Gingerbread, running on Nexus One. We also heard about how it would change the UI for Android users on mobile and now we are starting to get the news that Gingerbread for Tablets could be out as early as this December.

The timing could not be more perfect though, with CES 2011 right at the start of the New Year (that should be a very exciting time indeed!) and Android-based notebook companies readying themselves to unveil new models at the event. For that to happen obviously Gingerbread for Tablets needs to be out sometime earlier and a pre-Christmas release seems ideal.

The line-up of Acer, Asustek Computer and Micro-Star International are expected to release their tablets at the CES event and all of these should be running on Android 3.0. Apart from these, the most important will be Samsung Galaxy Tab that will run on Android 3.0. Even the Galaxy Tab with latest OS update is expected at CES 2011. All that considered, the rumors seem more are less accurate about the release date.

So looking forward to Android 3.0 on Tablets? Or more interested on how Gingerbread would change your mobile device? Maybe both?

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