By Anton D. Nagy | December 23, 2010 10:36 AM
The next version of Google’s mobile operating system codenamed Honeycomb, the version which is more tablet optimized, is rumored to be released to the masses in March 2011.
After Andy Rubin’s brief presentation of the platform at the beginning of December, Digitimes is reporting that Honeycomb will be released by Google in March 2011. The statement (rumor) comes in a context in which Digitimes is reporting on MSI’s plans for Tegra2 powered tablets to hit the market in April or May next year. Whether we’ll see some Honeycomb powered devices in a couple of weeks at the CES2011 is yet unknown but it would be nice to see how the augmented reality was built into the next-gen tablet oriented OS.