By Joe Levi | February 28, 2011 3:46 PM
The Android team at Google celebrates each new version of the operating system by placing a giant statue in front of their building at Google Headquarters in Mountain View, California.
Since Android Honeycomb was announced we haven’t heard much about its statue. Google had the following comment on the matter:
“The Android team continues to be committed to placing large dessert statues on lawns. Honeycomb is no exception.”
Apparently they covertly brought it in and installed it while we weren’t looking. So if you were wondering what the latest statue was going to look like, look no further!