Jan 5th, 2011

In the midst of all the CES madness it looks like someone at Google made a bit of a boo boo. Luckily for us that boo boo was posting up an official video overview of the next iteration of Android, what we have known as Honeycomb and what will be officially known as (like we expected) Android 3.0. The one major reveal that might cause cries of displeasure is that this version of Android is not only designed to look and run great on tablets, but let’s hope  it’s not also designed to look and run great on tablets only. It looks like no version of Android you have seen before, complete with plenty of soft blue accents and major UI tweaks and improvements.

The guys at Engadget were able to grab the video and re-upload for all to enjoy. All we can say is we hope this version of Android (or something very like it) eventually makes its way to mobile handsets.

We’re about to head into Motorola’s CES press event where, hopefully, they will show off their new Android tablet and a lot more Honeycomb goodness.

[via Engadget]