In Pictures: Android turns five - a look back

With the fifth anniversary of the Google Android operating system’s release quickly approaching, we look back on the platform’s rise from also-ran to market leader.

Honeycomb (3.0)

Not really a fully-fledged new version of Android per se, Honeycomb was Google’s attempt to make a completely tablet-focused version of the software. It did, however, debut the redone “Holo” interface style – which is still the standard for modern Android versions. Honeycomb was released in February 2011.

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