Android 3.1 Released, Motorola Xoom Users Can Choose to Upgrade

Posted By Dupont on May 10, 2011
in Product News

Google’s famous developer conference – Google I/O 2011 opens on Tuesday, May 10 at 9 AM at San Francisco’s Moscone Center. The biggest news is the release of the new Android 3.1 Operating System, which is tend to bring Android Smartphone and tablet together and give developers convenience. Now users of Motorola Xoom can choose to upgrade their Android OS to the newly released Android 3.1.

Motorola Xoom Upgrade to Android 3.1

Compared with the former version Android 3.0, it has many new features. The Android 3.1 adds a variety of refinements to make the user interface more intuitive and more efficient to use. UI transitions are improved throughout the system and across the standard apps. Besides, it adds broad platform support for a variety of USB-connected peripherals and accessories. Users can now attach almost any type of external keyboard or mouse to their Android-powered devices, to create a familiar environment like PCs and work more efficiently.

Android 3.1 on Google I/O 2011

The most attractive news is that Android 3.1 will come to Google TV this summer. That means developers can develop a single application for development on TVs, tablets and smart phones. Just as Google says:”One OS Everywhere“, the Android 3.1 is aimed at unify all the Android gadgets.

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