Android has been in the spotlight a good deal recently. More and more manufacturers are committing themselves to produce an Android-powered smartphone as rumors point towards a T-Mobile G2 coming down the pipeline – all good things for fans of Google’s Linux-based Android OS.
Today we have confirmation from the “Cupcake” Android development team that bug-fixes and new features are in the works. The “Cupcake” team has released a new Android roadmap that promises to bring some sought after features:
- Cut/Paste in the browser
- Inline search in the browser
- Bluetooth A2DP (Stereo Bluetooth)
- Video recording
- Improved web browser rendering
- Support for on-screen, “soft” keyboards
It’s not clear if all the new features and bug fixes will be rolled out in a single Android update.
Android users have been waiting for features like on-screen keyboard support to go live. And, with some Android smartphones rumored to be coming to market without physical keyboards, Cupcake will be the Android branch to look out for!