Google Android 3.0 Gingerbread: 5 Screenshots Show Refined Interface

By Jamie Pert - May 24, 2010

Over the last few days millions of smartphone owners will have no-doubt updated their Android handset to Android 2.2 FroYo, it now seems as if Google are concentrating on their next major OS update; Android 3.0 Gingerbread.

Gingerbread, which should be arriving late this year (Q4), will no doubt be Google’s answer to iPhone OS 4.0, details are pretty scarce at the moment, however we do at least know that there will be WebM support. We have now seen our first look at the OS, and I must say the interface looks more appealing then any other Android version.

We have embedded 5 screens at the end of the post, the screens show what appears to be Gingerbread carrying out voice dialing and voice activated Google search, on the whole the look of the OS is pretty similar to previous versions, however one noticeable change is the new and in my opinion improved button design.

Check out the screens below and let us know your thoughts, do you like the look of Google 3.0 Gingerbread?

Source: TheGadgets

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  • Pigg McGroo

    Android 1.6 was crap Jroy

  • Lox

    It is no Gingerbread.

  • Dehonkules

    i'm sorry too, those pics look exactly like froyo on my nexus one.

  • Jroy

    3.0 competes with Ios4?? I’m sorry but everything in ios4 has been in android since 1.6.

  • Kams

    what images are these? did you photoshop them? wat a douche .

  • DroidHead

    Images are too small to really see anything. I don't see anything really different from what we have now.