Android 3.0 Gingerbread: Default Specs Include Video Chat and VoIP?

By Alan Ng - Oct 19, 2010

We have some interesting details for you to check out now, particularly if you are looking forward to the upcoming release of Android 3.0 Gingerbread – the next version of Google’s OS after Froyo.

The guys over at Phandroid have managed to get some exclusive info on the current development stage of Gingerbread and in their report, they have revealed a few software features that you may attract you.

The key points we heard is that they mention that video chat and support for VoIP calling over WiFi will be standard features of Android 3.0. Video chat is now becoming a must for future handset owners, so prospective Android buyers should be pretty pleased about that.

Along with their report on Gingerbread, they have also obtained a ‘very’ blurry image of a Nexus One running Gingerbread – it’s extremely hard to pick out anything juding by that picture though. If you’re interested, check out the whole thing at Phandroid here.

What are your thoughts on the upcoming release of Gingerbread? It is now expected to release early 2011.

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