|A version of the Android operating system|
|Initial release||February 22, 2011|
|Final release||3.2.6 / February 15, 2012|
|Kernel type||Monolithic Kernel (Linux Kernel)|
|Preceded by||Android 2.3.7 "Gingerbread"|
|Succeeded by||Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich"|
Android Honeycomb is the codename for the third version of Android, designed for devices with larger screen sizes, particularly tablets. It is the third major release of Android and is no longer supported. Honeycomb debuted with the Motorola Xoom in February 2011. Besides the addition of new features, Honeycomb introduced a new so-called "holographic" user interface theme and an interaction model that built on the main features of Android, such as multitasking, notifications and widgets.
New features introduced in Honeycomb include the following: