We're right here at Google I/O 2016 in Mountain View, reminiscing about the a laugh occasions we've got had celebrating all this is Android. We have been considering arduous, remembering all of the chocolates Google has given out over the years to attendees, most effective as a result of it kind of feels Google has no presents to percentage with other folks this yr. There was telephones, pills, Nexus Q door stops, and quite a lot of smartwatches. One Google I/O present stands on my own, despite the fact that, and that’s the first present we won for attending Google I/O in 2011. This is the restricted version Samsung Galaxy Tab, operating Android 3.0.1 Honeycomb.
At the time, it used to be lovely bleeding edge Android tech, however now in 2016, it’s noticed as an affordable piece of plastic and not anything too fancy. Kellen made up our minds to do a hands-on with the tool after receiving it, appearing off the variations between it and the Motorola XOOM tablet. As you are going to see in the video, issues weren’t as skilled as they're nowadays, nevertheless it used to be nonetheless a blast.
Take a second to take into account that the Google Communicate app used to be an actual factor, in addition to that cringeworthy Honeycomb UI. Woof.