A handful of Motorola Xoom users o’er the Atlantic have reportedly received a sickly sweet dose of the latest version of Honeycomb, namely Android 3.2.
It’s not entirely clear in what capacity the update is being rolled out, with some suggesting that Wi-Fi only users are being used as guinea pigs in a small-scale test.
So what’s in the figurative box?
There’s a new ‘zoom’ feature for smartphone apps running on Honeycomb. Previously, smartphone apps were simply stretched to fill the screen. That’ll be a welcome addition, as there are only a few hundred apps specifically developed for Honeycomb.
The update also brings better widgets, faster hardware acceleration, and – finally, a mere four months after release – SD card support.
This is expected to be one of the last incremental updates before Android unites us all in a big Ice Cream Sandwich later in the year.