Google has made available the upcoming Honeycomb or 3.0 version of Android via their SDK for those who develop for said platform. The final revision is not yet completed with all of its API’s and whatnot, but if you would like to get your hands on the SDK (software developer kit) to make ready your app for the upcoming Honeycomb then I would advise you head over to Android’s Developer site [Here].  There were a couple video previews of what Honeycomb would look like running on a tablet as Google has stated that it has urged Android device makers to hold off on tablets until the release of Android 3.0 was ready.  For those of you who have not yet had the chance to see Honeycomb, follow the jump to check out the video of the Motorola Xoom (pictured above) in action.

[via Engadget]