“Android’s UI has gradually evolved into the multi-desktop icon and widget layout we’re used to on smartphones today, and Honeycomb pushes that paradigm to suit larger displays. The homescreen is a horizontally scrolling array of five panes, each accommodating an 8×7 grid of icons and widgets. As on handsets, the smallest icon is a 1×1 square, but various other sizes of widget are available, and usually offering greater interactivity than previously seen. So, for instance, the Gmail widget not only shows the most recent three messages (whether in your inbox or sorted by label) but can be scrolled to show older emails as well.”
Vincent from Slashgear has posted a super detailed review of Android 3.0 – Honeycomb. Vincent provides a detailed walk through of the new UI, browser, camera, messaging, calendar, apps and so much more. Once you’ve read all that and your hungry for more, you can browse the many pictures included at the end of the article.