Apr 20th, 2011

It’s that time of the month…for earnings calls. Luckily the big wig types that typically speak at these sorts of things aren’t averse to letting a few tasty details slip out while regaling us with numbers and data points. Somewhere in the midst of their report, Paul S. Otellini of Intel gave us an update on their Android ventures. The company is currently in the midst of porting Android 3.0 Honeycomb to their CPU architecture and hopes to have some reference devices on display at the upcoming Computex show.

Google has allowed to Intel to be among the privileged few with access to the Honeycomb source, and Intel hopes to have a build of Android 3.0 ready for delivery sometime this year. Intel has already begun shipping their Oak Trail chipset designed with tablets and Android in mind to various clients.

[via The Register]