Only 1.2 Million Honeycomb Tablets In Market

As per the recent survey conducted by a tech firm its confirmed that there are 1.2 million Honeycomb tablets in the market. The numbers are remarkably miniscule considering the fact that there is heavy demand for the tablet devices amongst the value based users.  In short span of time the platform has started offering robust collection of apps on its dedicated Android Market app store. The users can leverage from the constant updates and cherish the integrated support too. The majority of users are still on Android 2.2 Froyo platform and it will be interesting to note if the equipment makers will offer update to Honeycomb Android 3.2 platform on the move.

Given that at the backdrop the popularity of Android OS is increasing at exponential levels the makers should look to flood the international markets. At the moment it is just Apple who is benefitting from the economies of the scale. Android tablet manufacturers are unable to meet the expectations of the end users and if that remains to be the case then iPad will obviously emerge as the winner in the segment.

The integrated Honeycomb OS from Android has best breed user interface options and offers optimized battery support too. Some of the tablets enabled on the platform include Samsung Galaxy 10.1 Tab and Samsung Galaxy 8.9 Tab.


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One Response to "Only 1.2 Million Honeycomb Tablets In Market"

  1. Ariel says:

    I totally disagree with this information because is far from being real. As a honeycomb tablet user i can confirm that i’m very pleased with Android and the product (Asus Transformer). Also would like to add that only Asus has already sold almost that number of units and there are around 20 manufacturers more out there selling android tablets. Check your sources before posting tendency intended news. Saludos.

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