Engineering Samples Of Android 3.0 To Be Ready By December

Digitimes is reporting that Google has notified its partners that the Android 3.0 Gingerbread operating system will soon be completed and the related engineering samples are slated to show up in December. Companies such as Acer, Asus and MSI are all expected to launch their tablet PCs in January 2010 at CES, and Samsung is expected to show an updated Galaxy Tab with Android 3.0, with HTC and Motorola also doing the same. It has been noted that the cost for adopting Windows OS will be around $50-$60 while manufacturers will only need to pay $10 to license Android, and that’s not even taking into account the price gap of over $30 between an Intel processor and an ARM processor.

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