However, it appears the new code might have the ability to support multi-touch, but won't be making a big song and dance about it; sources from Google have commented over on the Android Developers Google Group and stated multi-touch won't be a part of the next release.
The chaps over on the XDA forum have picked up the new code for all the world to see, and show it also comes with text to speech recognition and other goodies to improve Android to its next level status.
Gestures are also baked right into the Donut tin, so you can easily move your finger around and make interesting things happen on the phone (we don't know what exactly, so we're just guessing here).
The camera application has been redesigned to make it more feature friendly, as well as a selection of widgets for the home screen to give easier access to things like Wi-Fi and the aforementioned gesture recognition.
It's still very much in the experimental build at the moment, so could quite feasibly change over the next few weeks / months before it's released to the public.
The good news is that the new build can be ported to the Magic and G1 too, so older Android users won't miss out on the new build.
Now, all we have to do is wait for the next update - anyone up for an éclair?
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