Android 3.0 gingerbread is the upcoming version of the Android community. The latest releaseAndroid 2.2 Froyo is already available for Nexus One, and the Gingerbread, however, will impose certain compatibility restrictions on its use based on hardware features of the devices. The preliminary features of Android 3.0 Gingerbread show that it supports only the high-end smart phones, the features of this Android are that bug fixes are based on its predecessor operating systems. Android have Open source video codec that can replace flash. It can enhance advertising algorithm. It has Advanced Navigation System. Android have HTML5 or higher standard specs. Android have Native video embedding in web pages that will enable viewing of any video without acquiring specific codec. It is Enriched & more interactive User Interface.

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Android 3 .0 Gingerbread phones was to be required a minimum specs of a 1GHz processor, and 512MB of RAM and it is only recommended. Android phones have been going anyway and the manufacturers such as HTC and Motorola will have no issue with those figures—but it will help segregate the lower-end range of Androids from the higher-end. The full list of rumored specs for which upcoming Gingerbread phones can be found here, but from man-in-the-know Eldar Murtazin, of, and  the firmware update won’t be released until October and the phones until November/December. Last twist of the cookie factory, with Android’s Open Source & Compatibility Tech Lead Dan Morrill taking to twitter also, when people just make stuff up and than report it as news.  HTC Vision has kept very entertained with stories of the  running Android 3.0, with a slide-out keyboard and dual-core processor which is sounds like a fantasy-phone, but could be real, judging by these latest Gingerbread rumors.

The Android 3.0 Gingerbread may be released in mid- October 2010 and first handsets of the android gingerbread will be shipping in November/December in the Holiday Season. Android 3.0 devices basically required minimum hardware, like 1GHZ CPU, 512MB or RAM, displays from 3.5″ and higher. The new 1280×760 resolution which is available for the devices with displays of 4″ and higher. Android’s this can split into 2 branches that becomes official. 3.0 for top of the line/high end devices and cheap low-end mass market handsets will keep Android 2.1/2.2. These kind of  high-end phones which have already  confirmed for Froyo might not be so high-end come October, so if you can  see some new hardware which will be better suited for the new, higher-resolution support. HTC Vision which is may be the part of T-Mobile’s Project Emerald.

Also mentioned podcast is that interfaces such as HTC’s Sense, Motorola’s MOTOBLUR and Sony Ericsson’s TimeScape will have little relevance after Gingerbread comes out, as the update will offer much more than the UIs can give. There are a lot of hopes on the upcoming Gingerbread release pushing manufacturers.