Since originally reported, Honeycomb has been said to be 3.0, but a new rumor/report from sites like Pocketnow and Androidpolice says 2.4 might be the right number. These reports are more accurately known as site logs, and both sites have pointed out that they have received visits from devices identifying themselves as Android 2.4 based devices. While the number of devices with this log is still very low, thatís actually a good sign because, as far as I know, none of us here have a honeycomb based device just yet. Itís also known that faking your deviceís identification is fairly easy, but who would really go through all that just to throw us off.
Regardless, what do you guys think of this? Do you mind the number change or, like me, you donít really care since itís the same software. How do you think Google judges these numbers? How did they go from 1.6-2.0 but have been using 2.X for such a long time. Give us what you think in a reply below.
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