Google ha annunciato che la versione 3.0, nota anche come Honeycomb, del suo sistema operativo Android non è ancora pronto per essere dato in pasto al mercato degli smartphones. A quanto pare il fatto che fosse stato studiato per dispositivi con display più generosi come quelli dei tablet si sta rivelando un ostacolo più grande da risolvere, tanto da annunciare ufficialmente un possibile ritardo:

Android 3.0, Honeycomb, was designed from the ground up for devices with larger screen sizes and improves on Android favorites such as widgets, multi-tasking, browsing, notifications and customization. While we’re excited to offer these new features to Android tablets, we have more work to do before we can deliver them to other device types including phones. Until then, we’ve decided not to release Honeycomb to open source. We’re committed to providing Android as an open platform across many device types and will publish the source as soon as it’s ready.

[Via | BusinessWeek]