Google executive Dan Morrill said rumors that Android 3.0 "Honeycomb" has a minimum processor requirement aren't true:
Perhaps sensing the same sort of rumour-storm that built up following the release of Android 2.3 ''Gingerbread'' for phones, Android Open-Source & Compatibility Program Manager Dan Morrill weighed in - or rather, tweeted in - earlier today and put any fears of a dual-core minimum to rest.
'"Random note: there's no hard minimum processor requirement for Honeycomb. Trust me, if there were I'd know,'' he wrote.
While there's still no word on any other hardware requirements for Honeycomb, Samsung Galaxy Tab owners should be able to breathe easy - for the moment, at least.