Yesterday at Google Event, Google showed off Android 3.0 Honeycomb. They highlighted main features of the Honeycomb. After the presentation Google didn’t take any questions from journalists, but later Google spokesperson Andrew Kovacs confirmed that Android 3.0 Honeycomb will not be made available for Android-powered smartphones. Honeycomb is fully designed for Tablets.
However Google Spokesperson confirmed that features from Honeycomb “will arrive on phones over time,”
Google gave an extensive demonstration of the Honeycomb operating system at its press event, highlighting exciting new features like the completely revamped UI and enhanced video calling.
Many of the UI elements of Honeycomb won’t translate well to smaller screens. This could mean separate OS for tablets, smartphones, and large-screen devices like Google TV.
It shows Google will made identical OS with different UI experience for Tablets, Smartphones and Google TV.