Google has announced Android 3.1 also named Honeycomb as it only represents a minor upgrade over 3.0. One of the most outstanding additions to the Android OS with this release is USB Host mode. This will allow Android smartphone users to plug in and use USB drives and other USB peripherals with their devices.
Other features that come with Android 3.1 include:
- expanding resizable widgets
- Andriod devices can become USB host
- Facial detection with camera. So, in a case of multiple video chats, the speaker focuses on who’s talking
Full details of Android 3.1 features are available on the Android Developers website.
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