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Old Mar 25, 2011, 04:49 PM   #12
shrike126
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And you think this has nothing to do with preventing the mass consumer from finding out that froyo works perfectly fine as a tablet OS? Or to prevent it from taking the spotlight away from their future (at the time) chrome OS/honeycomb development?

Ok, if you say so. Is that why they're merging their HC code back into Ice Cream (Sandwich? or whatever the hell it's called now) for mobile users now?
But tablets don't work perfectly fine running FroYo/Gingerbread. The OS experience is completely different. The whole reason Honeycomb was developed was because FroYo isn't suited for tablets. Merging code from Honeycomb back into Gingerbread isn't the same as just simply putting Honeycomb on phones & tablets.
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