Android 1.5 is called Cupcake, and we already know how Android 1.6 is called: Donut. The Android developers have released the Android 1.6 SDK and app developers now can do whatever they want with it and build their apps on it. Enough with the talks, let’s just see what Android 1.6 brings. The Android Donut comes with CDMA support meaning that Verizon and Sprint can get a touch of Google’s OS as well as support for different sizes and screen resolutions.
Thanks to Android 1.6 Donut the smartphones will feature the QuickSearch option that allows users to circle through contacts, apps and others, gesture building in apps, and text-to-speech engine with translation included. Sounds good, right? According to the developers, the software could become available as early as October meaning that the HTC Hero US-version that is coming to Sprint on October 11th might be powered by Donut.
You can read the full story about the Android 1.6 Donut of the Android developers here, and you must check the video below the post because you don’t know what you’re losing. I guess the Android will explain it better thanks to its cuteness.
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