Android’s next version after Gingerbread to be codenamed “Honeycomb”


C is for Cupcake (v1.5)
D is for Donut (v1.6)
E is for Éclair (v2.1)
F is for Froyo (v2.2)
G is for Gingerbread (v3.0)
H is for…Honeycomb??

Yes, that’s what it seems right now. Techradar is reporting via their trusted sources that Android 3.1 will be codenamed Honeycomb. It falls in the line how Google codenamed Android’s earlier versions. As we are still waiting for Gingerbread, we can’t expect any details about ‘Honeycomb’.


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