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Android 3.0 still suffering from some performance issues

Posted on Saturday, April 09 2011 @ 05:00:07 CEST by


DigiTimes reports Google's Android 3.0 operating system is still having several issues with unstable performance. The site notes this may benefit non-Android tablet makers like HP and RIM.
Tablet PC players such as Hewlett-Packard (HP) and RIM, that have their own operating system (OS), are expected to have chance of benefiting from the unstable performance of Android 3.0, according to sources from upstream touch panel players.

Due to Android 3.0 currently still having several issues that are unable to be resolved immediately and which are causing unstable performance in terms of operation, HP, which is ready to launch its TouchPad tablet PC with its own OS, webOS, in the second quarter, and RIM, which will soon launch its PlayBook with BlackBerry OS in the middle of April, as well as Apple, are expected to gain benefit from the mischief of Android 3.0, the sources pointed out.



 



 

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