“While some will point to the Galaxy Tab as the flaw in this statement, the device features all the connectivity of the Galaxy S, making it essentially a larger phone rather than a standalone tablet,” Beavis reports. “‘We saw at IFA 2010 all sorts of devices running Android, so it already running on tablets,’ said Hugo Barra, director of products for mobile at Google. ‘But the way Android Market works is it’s not going to be available on devices that don’t allow applications to run correctly. Which devices do, and which don’t will be unit specific, but Froyo is not optimised for use on tablets. If you want Android market on that platform, the apps just wouldn’t run, [Froyo] is just not designed for that form factor.'”
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MacDailyNews Take: Have fun trying to market your fake iPads after that, knockoff artists.