The Honeycomb 3.2 operating system has now been officially announced by Google, in a blog posts on the Android Developer forum.
The newer version will bring along enhanced capabilities in a wider range of tablets as compared to its predecessors, and support of Qualcomm processors has also been added in order to maximize compatibility.
Fixed size apps that are originally designed to run on smaller device will run better than before as the new OS will not try to optimise the application according to the screen resolution but it gives manual choice to the user to select whether the application needs to be stretched to fit the screen or a little zoom will make things better.
Along with the newer additions, the new operating system will also bring along media sync which will now be possible directly from the SD card as well as opposed to system memory earlier.
To make application much better in terms of experience, Google has given the control to the developers to maximize use of system resources like the display resolution with regards to the application and their display so that users get a better much easier view.
With Google working double time on the new Android Honeycomb 3.2, it is not very far from when we start hearing news about developers releasing the update patches for tablets and this could very well happen over the next few months itself.