Friday, December 3, 2010
Engadget has got hold of an official Google video that showcases voice search in Android 2.3 Gingerbread
running on the Nexus One. The video is explaining the benefits of using Google’s voice search feature on Android devices, such as finding some of the best restaurants in a specific location. There aren’t too many visual differences between Android 2.2 and Android 2.3: the status tray is now black, the launcher is slightly tweaked, and some buttons are restyled.The handset on which Google Voice Search is being demonstrated seems to be Nexus One, while the Gingerbread elements that can be seen there include a black status tray with new icons, as well as a somehow tweaked launcher bar placed at the bottom of the home screen. Video can be seen after the jump. You will notice the difference in the hanged buttons in Settings options and an additional tab on the Android Market App titled Related.