Despite the fact that the expected third version of the operating system Android, codename Gingerbread ("gingerbread"), little is known, the first information about version 3.1 began to appear on the Internet. Her code name will be Honeycomb.
However, there is no evidence for this. In addition to a small note that appeared on the resource pages Techradar, the author of which wrote it, guided by information from "many sources". By the way, the author of the article himself doubts whether this will be version 3.1 or maybe 3.2.
However, if you wish and a certain imagination, you can safely indulge in what exactly will be the code name of the next version of Android. It is well known that, firstly, Google "historically" gives names to versions in alphabetical order; secondly, each of them necessarily bears the name of some goodies - Cupcake (“cupcake”), Donut (“donut”), Eclair (“eclair”) and Froyo (“kind of yogurt”).
But besides the name, other assumptions are being made, according to which the new version of the OS will be much better adapted to work with netbooks and tablet computers. However, special changes should not be expected - it will only be a logical continuation of the evolution of the system. As for the timing of the appearance of "honeycombs", the first quarter of next year is called.