Samsung Galaxy Tab 7-inch might get Android 3.2
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Samsung Galaxy Tab is probably the first tablet to actually take on the mighty iPad head-on. Although the tablet was out last year, there has not been any major OS upgrade until recently when the tablet was given Gingerbread or Android 2.3.But there are better news for those wanting to see their G Tabs 7” running Honeycomb – Liliputing reports that independent XDA forum member spacemoose1 is in the process of porting Android 3.2 to the 7” Galaxy Tab. It is still a work-in-progress and he recently shifted his focus from developing an earlier version of 3.x to 3.2.
Android 3.2 SDK was recently made public by Google. This version adds a wider support to different screen sizes that comes with today’s devices. It also supports compatibility zoom for fixed-sized apps and Media sync straight from SD card in case of devices that support SD card.
Motorola has already started rolling out Android 3.2 update to the Xoom, which incidentally was also the tablet to feature Android 3.0. Asus Eee Pad Transformer is expected to get it shortly.