According to PC Magazine reports a Korean consumer electronics firm has told the next version of Android Honeycomb will demand a dual-core ARM-9 processor to run “properly”. Dual-core smartphones are emerging in recent days where LG already announced their LG Optimus 2X.
So Honeycomb requires a dual-core processor to run efficiently? There are no official announcements from Google on this. The hardware requirements for Honeycomb are another important thing to note. The OS said to be mainly designed by targeting the tablet devices but also supports smartphones as well. So we need to be patient to confirm the details on what a Honeycomb requires to run perfect.